Practical for "no registration" approach?
I'm new. Considering ZenCart.
I am interested in selling prints. I want to incorporate a store into my site http://scenicdesktops.com.
I want to make the most reasonably simple checkout process I can. This means that I do not want registration involved; at least not necessarily. Additionally, I would like a single screen where I can accomplish the entire checkout process. This means that name, address, email address, phone number, checkout method, and any verification I choose to use, etc, all happens in a single page. No plethora of "next" buttons.
That's the basic idea.
Now... if a user wants to register, i.e. come back for more at a later point, I don't mind that being an option - an option - so long as it doesn't become a "hangup point" anywhere. Similarly, I don't necessarily mind there being a "use my google/paypal/whatever account to fill in all these fields" option - but I also don't want it to overtake, or get in the way of, the default "one page, one look" behavior going on.
Is ZenCart the right thing for me? Either way, can someone point me in the right direction?
Re: ZenCart practical for "no registration" approach?
There are a couple of mods in the downloads section that will accomplish your goal so, yes, Zen Cart would work.
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