It all depends on your knowledge how easy or hard it is working with a cart. With that said, when I first began using CS-Cart I didn’t have the first clue about anything. With a lot of reading and experimenting I have become pretty good with making adjustments to my cart.
As for the 3rd party mods, there are a lot of free ones contributed from the members and then there are mods that are for sale or obtained by donations.
I guess I just got lucky finding CS-Cart because it’s the first and only cart I have ever used and I am very happy with it. Supposedly it is the most full featured cart for it’s price range.?
I am not sure what to tell you about the payment processors. You may want to contact CS-Cart directly to find out what payment processors they offer for Swedish users or maybe someone will chime in on this.
Anyway, I don’t know if any of this helps in your decision but I don’t think you will be disappointed going with CS. There are plenty of members here that are glad to help out.
I had a few key requirements for my shopping cart and cs-cart ticked those boxes.
Other than features I also wanted
An active user forum. Got that.
Good support. Got that.
A developing software package. Got that.
Third party support and add ons - got that.
A revenue structure that suggested that the company would not die. Now got that.
Although my shop has not been a great success all the reasons for going with cs-cart about 10 months ago have been fulfilled more than i first expecting with many areas having developed well in that time.
Downside. It does so much it can take a while to work out what to do and the best way to do it.
If I had my time again I would have focussed on stage 1 - good enough site just get product on there and then fussed about the rest later. But I have always been time constrained with bricks and mortar issues and estimated wrongly how long certain jobs would take.
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