The level of complexity depends upon the number of products that the potter
wants to sell and if they want the ability to add & delete products. At the
simplest level you could download the Paypal extension from the exchange and
add it to static pages.
However if you need more product control then you will have to link to a
In terms of payment options there are many from a simple email system (where
the client processes the payment through a manual system) up to real time
processing of cards. It really depends on how much the client wants to pay.
There are a great variety of E-Commerce applications that you can use with
DMX. I have written an article on how to chose one which you can find in the
Dreamweaver section of DevNet on the MM site.
Valleybiz Internet Design
Team Macromedia Volunteer for Ultradev/Dreamweaver MX
"brintonwhite" <com> wrote in message
use dreamweaver and read these forums will be able to shed some light on my
to sell his pots online. I will have no particular problem putting some
simple pages together (graphics, photos etc) but I would like to know the
to put this site into action? Databases? What about online payment systems?
Just how complex is it all?
Commerce side of web authoring. I am trying to learn studio MX at the moment
and any clues as to what I should learn would most appreciated.