at FoxyCart. All it does is handle the checkout and the payment. You handle the products, design, functionality, etc.
I am the web developer for a site that accepts payments using an order form that gets submitted to a PayPal page. It works, but I would like to make it
more user friendly by doing the following:
1. Replace the order form with a shopping cart.
2. Find an alternative to PayPal that directs customers to a screen where the only option(or at least most obvious) is for the customer to pay with a
credit card. PayPal gives users two options, pay with a PayPal account or Pay with another method(paraphrasing), and it isn't that obvious at first glance
that the other method is via credit card. Also, finding a cheaper way to accept payments would be a bonus.
Does anyone know of any good solutions to either of these problems?