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In reply to simo:

Yes, a one-page shopping cart is a good thing.

It saves on data transactions, and is faster, because the customer doesn't have to go through several pages, entering information, a process which can fail at any point, especially if you're on dialup.

My connection is very slow at work, so Interflora's solution meant only having to wait twice (once to load the Flash, then again to submit the transaction) for the order to be completed. That's why it's a good thing :-)

 is a RISC OS Usersascott on 11/5/04 2:27AM
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