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Good morning all! I am a new member of Mac Forums upon recommendation by godaddy.com yesterday. I own a Macbook and would like to use iWeb to create a website that would allow me to sell merchandise, and create a community blog. I would like my customers to have the ability to use their credit cards (Amex, VISA, MC), and their banking information to purchase products. I would also like to make Paypal an available option on my website also. I just finished up an e-commerce course in college, yet I didn't learn how to build a website in the course. Noah is a program that godaddy.com recommended to me for the type of website I need to build. Tired of being laid off. I would like to become permanently unemployable. Also a college student and a single mother to a young child. Ready to become an asset to my New York City community through providing valuable products and service as well as create jobs. Can anyone help me?
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So do you want someone to design and create you a site or to teach you how to do it?
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I suspect you'll have to look for add-ons that can fit in with iWeb to do credit cards securely. Sorry, I don't know of any.

Also, e-commerce sites may need more flexibility than what iWeb would allow.

Give the above, I think you have some more learning to do.

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