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Bipity Bupity
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November 29, 2013, 09:19:14 PM
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Hi there, im playing around with a website, and im planning to sell some stuff..
Since i find wordpress disgusting and i already wasted way to much time trying to build a semi decent website
i decided to do it myself with photoshop and dreamweaver. its a static website with maybe 20 pages.

im creating a couple of pages for some products, and i would like to do the following, since i read somewhere its possible:

on a static webpage, add in a certain location the bitpay "buy" button (ill read more about it in a moment and post info),
and add the shopping cart and payment plugin, so when a customer click a "checkout" button he will be redirected
to the bitpay payment page, like the one you get if you buy from namecheap with bitcoins.
that way, ive read, you recieve the bitcoin ammount directly to your electrum wallet (can it be a bitcoin-qt client wallet?)
and you are notified via email that a order of a x amount and x items has been placed and payed.

Its kinda obvious that im a newbie at making websites, in fact this one is more of a game and a test, if it will eventually work
and ill sell enought i will start learning more about the subjects.

What is buggin me is this: ok, i finished designing all the pages and ive done all the stuff with dreamweaver, the site itself is finished.
now what should i do to actually add a button under every product and the rest of the bitpay stuff?
i registered at bitpay and asked them if its possible and they replied a short sentence saying that yes i can do that.

if there are details missing that you would like to know say it and ill provide.
thank you. BTC
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November 29, 2013, 09:29:43 PM
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Why not just use Opencart? It's free, plenty of tenplates and extensions to download and Bitpay supports it. You can set up a webshop in a day.
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November 29, 2013, 09:42:03 PM
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maybe its a dumb question, but its possible with opencart to accept only bitcoin payments (with bitpay)?
i took a look at the various packages like magento, opencart and so on but i didnt get that thing.

ill test it out righ now, thank you
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November 29, 2013, 09:50:43 PM
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i think you can generate the code at bitpay then just paste it into your code.

that said you are better off using a cart. bitpay have modules for most carts.
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