Hello! I have a very small online shop and I am converting it over to oscommerce. I already have oscommerce installed and have had a single page checkout mod and a mod to export order info in .csv file. The shop location is [url removed, login to view] The shop that I currently am using is here: [url removed, login to view] What I need is basically the same functionality as this site, but withing the oscommerce framework. So the toolbar at the top and the product description box would go in the product are of the oscommerce shop. I am going to be eliminating allot of choice as far as quantities go. I like tooltips as they offer a really quick way for the customer to get a view of what is offered. I can work with style sheets and basic html, but php is beyond me, so an editor for products in the admin would be a must as well. I think this is what I need: [url removed, login to view],4563 I would also like to install the minicart. The site will also need to work with a merchant account, though I think it is already set up for it. I am using paypal right now. There is another feature I'd like to work in there. Shipping from Germany is basically simple, anything up to 500 grams costs 8 Euros. So, it would be cool to have the feature where it shows them that they can add products and it wont increase the shipping cost. I might need some help with the shipping calculator as well, but I haven't yet looked into it. A note on design... I'd like keep the same colors and style attributes as I have now, with the site banner on top. I don't know when I will change the design again completely, but I'd like to within the year, just to keep it in mind. I can upload photo's, do the writing and those kinds of basic things. Cheers! Christian
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