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Small, Basic Webshop with Processwire

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Hello

I need to make a small, easy Webshop for a friend. He is selling 4 music albums.

What would be the best way to go?

Is there a sensible solution for a webshop within processwire? 

Thanks

Jakob

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Do You have an Idea how hard it is to install padloper?

My PHP is minimal at the moment

Thanks again

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It's not hard. You can find the instructions here plus when you buy the module you will get access to the Padloper Support section here on forum so in case you're having any trouble you can post there.

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3 hours ago, kuba2 said:

He is selling 4 music albums.

I don't think you need a full webshop system such as Padloper or Snipcart for 4 products.

1 hour ago, kuba2 said:

My PHP is minimal at the moment

Make it easy on yourself and use PayPal buttons - your work will be finished in 30 minutes.

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Please, someone can explain me how I can customize the style of the Stripe payment form? :)

I try to use the same class but doesn't work. I looking inside the module but not have find any css file. If the style come from Stripe how I can change it?
I see the link of the doc, but don't have understand because our module work differente, there isn't one page with the form. or not? 

Thank you.

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