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Simpler Checkout for Single Page Websites

Posted on 5.15.2013

Single-page site design is a popular Web trend, but it's not typically a good fit for those actually selling products. 

There are plenty of good examples where this style of design is used, but it's mainly for information publishers and digital brands looking to raise awareness, not neccessarily conversions. For the most part, the actual checkout process is left for another page and a far more robust (and often expensive to maintain) e-commerce platform. But does it need to be that way? Fortunately, no it doesn't. 

A jQuery plugin by the name of SimpleCart could by just what you're looking for. The free and open-source javascript shopping cart integrates very easily into a website/web page without the need for a database, or any programming familiarity at all per say - just copy and paste some simple HTML and Javascript and you're good to go. 

SimpleCart works with multiple payment gateways including Paypal Express, Google Checkout, and Amazon Payments (others including Authorize.net and an email checkout are expected soon).

 

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