How to Integrate Ecwid With Drupal

Mar 4, 2014 by John Lincoln, E-commerce blogger
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Posted Mar 4, 2014 by John Lincoln, E-commerce blogger

Drupal, one of the web’s most popular open source content management systems, just celebrated their 13th anniversary with a flourish. The company is gearing up for its next major release, D8, and the timing couldn’t be better to start taking advantage of Drupal’s growing e-commerce potential now by integrating an Ecwid shopping cart into your Drupal site. Let’s take a look at how you can easily integrate Ecwid with Drupal.

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How to add your shopping cart to MySpace

Jan 13, 2010 by Qetzal, Product Manager
Posted Jan 13, 2010 by Qetzal, Product Manager

One of the Ecwid advantages is the ability to deploy and use the application on different sites or social networks at the same time. This enables an enormous grow of number of your potential customers.
We already described how to create your own Facebook shopping cart and make your store available to 350 million of active users.

In this post we’ll instruct you on adding your Ecwid to MySpace — another large social network with millions of users.

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How to add OpenSearch support to your shopping cart

Nov 30, 2009 by Qetzal, Product Manager
Posted Nov 30, 2009 by Qetzal, Product Manager

OpenSearch is a collection of simple formats to share search results and discovery of search engines.
It allows accessing search engines directly from search boxes in some browsers: Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google Chrome.

In this post we will describe how to add OpenSearch support to your Ecwid shopping cart. So your customers will be able to search your products right from their browsers' search boxes.

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How to integrate your shopping cart with Facebook

Nov 3, 2009 by Qetzal, Product Manager
Posted Nov 3, 2009 by Qetzal, Product Manager

There are more than 300 million active users on Facebook — such a great opportunity to get more customers to your e-store!
Win over more buyers by adding Ecwid to the Facebook ecosystem. It will take you 5-7 minutes at that. No PHP knowledge is required, no code changes or hosting expenses.

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