Shopping Directories

Using a shopping directory can make the difference in terms of time saving and economic experience for consumers. Shopping articles and stores directory, offering categorized listings of shops products, services. Directory categories contain relevant business listings with detailed presentation, descriptions and contact details. What an excellent way for merchants to advertise their business and increase their SEO backlinks. I can propose two high quality shopping-business directories:

Shopping Directories

object oriented – Shopping website Design

I am in middle of shopping website design. As of now I am stuck at one point and need a little feedback. Let us say I have an order class defined as follow:

class Order {

    Payment payment;
    Address ShippingAddress
    int orderId;
    List<Item> orderItem;
    double orderValue;  
    Buyer buyer;
    Date orderDate;
    NotificationService notificationService;
    Shipment shipment;
    List<OrderLog> orderLog;

    public OrderStatus placeOrder();
    public OrderStatus trackOrder();
    public void addOrderLogs();
    public PaymentInfo makePayment();
    public int createShipment();


Does it make sense to have placeOrder(),makePayment() etc.,API in order class? Or shall I make a separate OrderManager that helps to do all order related stuff and order will act as a pojo?

To me first one seems correct because the placeOrder(),makePayment() seems to me as behaviours of order and they should be in order class but on other class I think it is too much for an order class to do.Am i violating some SOLID principle by taking one approach over another?

sort – Product sorting order in the shopping cart

What do you think is the best way to sort products in the shopping cart: newest added on top or at the bottom?

Especially on the mobile version of the website, I think that newest on top will give the user more assurance that the latest product was really added to the cart.

Does anybody know if there has been some testing done on this topic before?

magento2.3.4 – Minimum Qty Allowed in Shopping Cart for Simple Products effects Bundle Products

Steps to reproduce

  1. Create a Simple Product
  2. Set the “Minimum Qty Allowed in Shopping Cart” for that Simple
    Product e.g. to 5
  3. Create a Bundle Product
  4. Add the Simple Product to an Option of the Bundle Product
  5. Open the Bundle Product on Frontend
  6. Select the Simple Product and set the desired quantity below the
    defined “Minimum Qty Allowed in Shopping Cart” (e.g. < 5)
  7. Try to add the Bundle Product to the Shopping Cart

Expected result
The Bundle Product will be successfully added to the Shopping Cart even when the quantity of the Simple Product is below the defined “Minimum Qty Allowed in Shopping Cart”.

Actual result
The Bundle Product can not be added to the Shopping Cart, the page refreshes and the error message “The fewest you may purchase is %1.” is shown.

SQL: shopping cart design for a multi vendor marketplace

I’m working on a B2B marketplace where users can order from different suppliers/vendors. The following image is a sample from my original schema to clarify the cart functionality.

My questions:

  1. If there should be only one cart per supplier and user, should I use composite primary key (supplier_id, user_id) and remove the column? Or use composite unique keys (supplier_id, user_id) and use the as the primary key for the cart table?
  2. The cart_item table will have the products that their supplier_id match the supplier_id in the cart table. Is this approach okay? Or should I get rid of the cart table and connect cart_item to the user table directly?

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samsung – How do I keep the shopping site open whilst I retrieve the SMS 2 step verification code

Samsung S8. Online shopping using 2 step verification via SMS. When I have to get an SMS verification code I have to go into my SMS folder to retrieve it. But as I have then left the website I am shopping on, it closes so I cannot input the Code. And cannot go back to the website’s Verification screen using the Google back button. Frustrating! So – how can I input my code?

shopping cart price rules – How do I override tier pricing when using a discount code?

I need help overriding the tier pricing when a discount code is applied to certain SKUs. For example, when customers buy 5 of a certain item, it automatically adjusts the price of the item in the cart.

I have a promo code set up for 25% off select SKUs. The problem is that these SKUs also have tier pricing. The promo code works perfectly up until a customer adds 5 to their cart. It then applies the tier pricing and the discount.

Example 1: Customer purchases a single product for $349.00. They used a promo code to receive 25% off. They save $87.25, which then reflects the new total as $261.75.

Example 2: Customer purchases the same product ($349.00 each) but they purchase a quantity of 5, which falls into the tier pricing. When added to their cart, the price changes to $332.00 each. They then could apply the promo code to receive 25% off.

We don’t want them getting both the tier pricing AND the discount on the promo code. If they use the promo code, the tier pricing should be disabled. Therefore in example 2, it should be $349×5 = $1745 with 25% off, leaving their total at $1308.75.

Is there anyway around this?

8 – Duplicate image in shopping cart

Since the update to version 2.23 the image of product variations are duplicated in the shopping cart.

Normally I should see a single image of the product.

I haven’t changed anything in the settings since the update.

How to remove duplicate image ?

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