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Fantastic...I'd love to pull up at the local Giant with this. Would a typical $230 MIG welder do the job here?


A good shopping cart program also creates dynamic order forms on the fly as the order takes place. The shopping cart should be totally dynamic, meaning it only executes code and retrieves products, images, and product descriptions from your database when your customers request it.


This is very cool. This is very accessible you can use this most of the time. Thanks for sharing this.

Chris Rust

Hi Matt, love the hack and I've stolen one of your images for our Bikebus blog as it seems relevant to our next event. It's credited and linked back to this post but if your not happy please say and I'll remove it. Thanks, Chris

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