Integration of a payment gateway + shopping cart that is not paypal or google checkout

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Hi I want to integrate a real payment system not Google checkout or Pay pal, does anyone have any experience of this on their sites and if so can anyone recommend a free shopping cart service as i have the payment gate way and merchant account sorted just need a secure cart system and server to run it on, can i run it on synthasites / Yola server any one had any experience of this ?. I already have sites running google check out and pay pal. thanks
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Donald

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Hi Donald,

Perhaps this service is what you're looking for: www.mals-e.com. I know that this site: www.chilliz.co.uk added it to their site successfully.

Let us know if you need any other help.
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Hi Donald,

I found it very easy to integrate Mal's e-commerce. Take a look at this link.

http://www.edibleplatecompany.com/onl...

If you want the HTML code, just let me know.

Paul
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Marjie,

In general, what about other payment systems. For example, I have already been approved by securepay.com, an arm of pipelinedata.com, a major payment processor (credit / debit cards, etc.). Specifically, can I use securepay with Yola?

Billy
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Hi Billy - it looks like you can use their service, particularly Easyshop: http://www.securepay.com/merchants/ea.... However, we haven't tested whether it works, so I can only suggest that you try it out! Once you've customized what you would like on your page, you can copy the HTML embed code provided and follow these steps on your site:
1. Drag-and-drop an HTML widget from the sidebar on the right onto your page (the icon for this is a blue sphere).
2. An HTML editor will open up that will allow you to write or paste your code (use right-click > paste or ctrl-V to paste).
3. When you are done, click "OK" and your HTML will be displayed on the page.

It would be great to know if you are successful - will you come back and post here?
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Magento is a very good system but I think it's a bit too complicated.