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I've made websites through iWeb and Everweb and now im looking to add a shop to a new site using everweb.

I was going to do it the paypal way and just create pages for the products with a paypal button to buy/add to cart. i like the idea of using paypal for its security etc. but i'm not keen on the idea of having to create new pages everytime i add a product. i just don't want to end up with a website with like 200 pages, majority being individual product pages as it would take forever to upload!

Does anyone know a better way of creating a shop?

I've been looking at shopping carts you can host elsewhere that you can link to your website which seem great but at a cost. I was wondering if there's anything out there that allows you to have just the shop function? what i mean is something like a website you add all your products too + prices etc and then create something like a html snippet to put onto the website but still use the original paypal payment method?


Thanks in advance if you can help!
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if anyone has any ideas for creating a shoping cart it would be much appreciated!
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600+ views and no reply, i'll assume what i asked cannot be done then!
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Do not confuse "600 views" with actual views by our forum members. These forums are viewed by search bots such as Google, Bing, and so forth. As for the conclusion you drew from that, you may be right.....
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ah i did not know that, still.. i think i have my answer!
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