GT5 - Oscommerce Template - Burgundy and Gold
How about an osCommerce template that actually works? This product is guaranteed to work or your money back - last updated late Aug/09. GT5 has been extensively tested and displays very well across all browsers! This particular version of the GT5 osCommerce template uses a single column horizontal display for new products on the main page, ideal for businesses with smaller inventories.
The point of this template is that it is plain, a starting point to begin modifying the appearance for your own needs but also to allow you to get into business immediately. Aside from numerous features added and countless minor tweaks, style classes have been added for all store areas allowing complete appearance control via the stylesheet. The best of coding practices have been used throughout.
Frustrated by our inability to find an inexpensive and suitable shopping cart to list our industrial products, we decided to construct our own solution. It seemed that there was nothing available for the nuts and bolts, fasteners, gears, tools and industrial components sellers of this world. Everything we looked at had themes designed to sell flowers, or watches or ladies underwear and would have taken countless hours to modify for industrial use.
With features needed universally by all online stores including: an easy to use WYSIWYG editor for product listings, search engine friendly URLs, style classes for all store areas and intuitive, uncluttered site navigation, plus much more . . . this is a great starting point for most online businesses.
This is a complete online store installation utilizing PHP5+ and MySQL5+. Simply replace the header image with your own. Store colors and accenting images are easily changed in the stylesheet to be unique to your business. To see a demo, copy and paste the following URL: https://www.tradebit.com
For your $10, you will receive the demo store found at the preceeding copy and paste link complete, exactly as you see it. Take the time to check out the product listing images, you will see that despite using the osCommerce default images, the images found in GT5 are larger and utilize a nifty lightbox effect.