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Choosing a host for an ecommerce site


lezperez

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Hi my wife currently has a website click here which was created through sbi.

She has decided to branch out into making personalised chocolate bar wrappers for birthdays, special occasions etc.

She would like to set up a site for selling the gifts in the uk so a .co.uk domain so weve decided to not use sbi as they dont give you the option of a shopping cart.

As i have been learning web design as i go along, i havent got the skills yet for building a shop, so i am looking for an integrated solution.

However my wife wants the new site to look exactly like the other one, so i need to be able to write my own html and add the shopping cart to it.

Basically im after some recommendations/advice about a host and the best way to set up a shop using my own pages.

Thx in advance

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lezperez

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Thx for the advice. The majority of visitors to the party ideas website are from america, hence we want a new site coz will only be selling the chocolate with personalised wrappers in the uk.

We've decided to go with justhost.com and zencart.

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