At this time, the only way to a "fast" catalog using the e-comm component is to have very small catalogs.Hi Chuck,
interesting i read paul's mail and it seems that i am having similar problems with the cataloge loading forever ,especially when i need to make changes etc...to it on my desk top.
so if you can recommend a way for me in normal language since i am not a developer i would appreciate it .i di d not understand the php /my sql that you spoke to him about.
i thought that the cataloge has to take this long to upload and work with.
As I've recommended before, you can start with my Fusion/PHP/MySQL tutorials if you want to try and roll your own.Great Work Chuck,
my site is autopaintproonline.com ,so you can take a look,the items listed is not even 5% of what i have to do.
so how do i go about doing it in a data base?
i am hosting with godaddy.com and i have a few .com's so i can practice a bit to grt myself familiarized with it .i have a php mysql host.
do i create the data base on the server ?or outside of and than upload to the server?
at this time i am using mal's (sweet fellow spoke to him many times).
please any suggestions?
Did you ever come up with your guide? If you could give me some pointers that would be great. I have figured most of it out via mal's support page, but you mentioned a drop-down for options, but I can't figure out how to do that. Also, wouldn't the quantaties option need to be changable by the user, in which case it would have to be a form or something right?One way, where you will not need any development experience is to create the items you want to sell on each page yourself.
For example, add a picture, drop down list for options, text field for description, text box for quantity etc.
Create these statically on your web page, just like you would create a normal web page in fusion.
Then add add to cart buttons next to each item and integrate them into a store package, mals is the one most people use and reccomend.
I will be doing this over the next few days on my site so I will knock up a dummys guide on how to do it for people like yourself and post it on here.
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