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DareToGeek says

Thanks all for the great insight into all of this. Really appreciate the help!

Will look into all of these solutions!

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DareToGeek says


UP. We need developers with HIGH Knoweledge of WordPress and PHP…. thanks.
I have contacted you many times both via email and Skype but you never reply.

Same Here.

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DareToGeek says

Hi everyone!

So I have a question. I am looking to start up an eCommerce Site, I want to know your suggestions on the best platform, WooCommerce, Magento, Prestashop etc.

Also I want to know your suggestions on hosting for the online store. The store will be on a subdomain, store.domainname.com and it will need to be able to scale well. I’m expecting a lot of traffic and since it’s an eCommerce site, it will need a lot of disk space.

So any suggestions?

Thanks in advance!

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DareToGeek says

Hi there,

I use HelpScout for my support, I have to say that it works great, it’s a lot like regular email so that’s awesome. Haven’t had any problems. You couldn’t really go wrong with using it for support :) I think later on I’ll be using support forums as well as HelpScout, but for now, I’m happy.

Hope this helps. :)

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  • Sells items exclusively on Envato Market
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DareToGeek says

1 so far… Yay :p
I hope for a couple more :)
Good luck to everyone else though!

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DareToGeek says

Congratz!! Wish you the best of luck for many more sales :)

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DareToGeek says

Congratz!! :)

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DareToGeek says

I too am interested, sent a request via email. :)

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DareToGeek says

Another one you could look into is one that I use. It’s javascript only so very easy to set up. Here’s the forum post: http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/switcheroo-open-source-item-switcher/111182

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DareToGeek says

Once you start using Sass, it’s pretty much impossible to go back to CSS lol. To anyone reading this and being afraid of Sass / LESS, don’t be. Take 1 day to learn the syntax / logic of these pre-processors, you’ll be blown away and never look back.

Couldn’t agree more :) I just wanted to learn SASS and LESS at one stage to see what it’s about. Got hooked. Now whenever I edit a normal CSS file I have to remind myself not to start using nesting etc. :p

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