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  1. Hi. Just letting anyone from the UK know that Stripe has finally came over, in private beta format so far. Pound sterling currently being accepted and euro acceptance coming soon. I'd recommend having a look if you can. While waiting for full release, it's a good time to look back at Larry's guide if you want to integrate this, starting from: http://www.larryullman.com/2012/10/10/introduction-to-stripe/
  2. I can't say how grateful I am to Larry for this book. I already used the first example to set up a e-business, selling a digital product, and now I am close to finishing a second one, based on the book's second example. I am hardly a PHP wizard but I have learned so much from Larry's books. I know how to read and debug the PHP code and the MySQL stored procedures and I can figure out what changes to make in order to tweak the example code to my requirements. But at the moment, I am a bit stuck. Two of the concepts for the Coffee store I really like: no user registration and payment process
  3. hi I'm starting to look at Part Three of the good book - Selling Physical Products. I'd like to implement something similar to Larry's model/application - widgets say. But first I'd like to test it somewhere (cheapest) before I go live! 1. Do I HAVE to have SSL? Could I do it using http instead? 2. Is a shared host OK to start/test with? For 1. Is this determined by my gateway provider? Just trying to get a feel for it. I'd probably start off with a test domain: http://test.example.com say.
  4. Hello everyone, My boss has two websites -- one of which they wanted me to clone to replace the other. They are on two different servers. They had me transfer the website files, reconfigure to a new database on a new server, and then make cosmetic changes. However, I am finding that none of the links on the clone (apart from the home page) actually work. For instance, if you click "What's New" this should link to the Who We Are page. The URL it links to is: /who-we-are (without any php extension). There is a .php file on public_html that is titled "who-we-are.php." The absence
  5. Hi Larry I've worked through your Effortless eCommerce book and it taught me a lot of new things. However, I'm developing a site where both digital and physical items are sold. How would you go about adding digital products to the Coffee site? Thanks for the great book!
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