Create Bootstrap Ecommerce Website with shopping cart Shopping Cart 2

Laurence Svekis, Web technology Instructor

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16 Videos (1h 37m)
    • ShoppingCart Promo

    • 18 UX add Bootstrap classes

    • 19 Shopping cart dialog window popup

    • 20 Create a bootstrap table

    • 21 Bootstrap 4 Tables

    • 22 Add Checkout Buttons

    • 23 Add Bootstrap Grid

    • 24 Add Cards update Bootstrap styled items

    • 25 Add Bootstrap NavBar

    • 26 More Bootstrap Styling

    • 27 Create Page Footer

    • 29 Create Checkout page

    • 30 Create Paypal Checkout Form

    • 31 Adding event listeners update quantity

    • 32 Tweaking output quantities

    • 33 Complete Shopping Cart Checkout to Paypal


About This Class

Create Bootstrap Ecommerce Website with shopping cart

HTML - Using HTML for page structure you can setup products on multiple different web pages. Once you visitors click the button links on the product the item information gets added to a shopping cart. Checkout anytime or browse more products updating the shopping cart. This is a simple but useful solution for anyone who wants a simple shopping experience for visitors to HTML web pages.

CSS - Bootstrap is used within the course to apply styling and structure to the website. Bootstrap is used for rapid web development so we can focus more on the mechanics of the application and how it works. Some CSS will be covered but in limited capacity within the course.

JavaScript / jQuery - Some limited JavaScript is used but course content and coding is mainly based around jQuery. jQuery provides an easy way to add event listeners and work with JSON data.






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Laurence Svekis

Web technology Instructor

Providing Smart digital solutions online since 2001. I am considered a true web technology expert. Having professional experience in a wide range of digital areas. Everything from Search Marketing, Video Marketing, Content creation, User Experience, application architecture, and web programming.

Understanding how users flow through the web and learning what drives users to interact online has been the cornerstone of what I do. The more seamless the process the better the user experience and the more likely they are to interact again and share their experiences.

After launching my first websites I quickly realized that to get traffic on your site you need to be able to market online. Research and using personal experimentation as to what are the most successful ways to effectively drive traffic to my websites, I was able to successfully build multiple success eCommerce sites. I used my expertise to provide Search Engine Marketing Services SEO to 100's of clients.

In the advent of Social Media in 2006, I had identified it as an excellent opportunity to drive traffic and connect with users. I created many successful sites that integrated with Myspace and then later into Facebook. I was able to monitize the traffic on several platforms, driving in some cases 10K+ clicks daily to the various platforms. I continued to perfect the art of Internet marketing and adapt to new technology and changes.

In 2008 I created my first YouTube video, and channel. Realizing that there was another great opportunity with video I have been experimenting with video marketing and video monization. Youtube being the second largest search engine has a very bright future. As technology progresses the trend has always been quicker, easier means of delivering content always wins out. Images beat out text as they are easier and quicker for us to process, videos beat out images being the most efficient means of getting content to users. As bandwidth increases, and more platforms that can even easier deliver videos become available videos will be the trend for the future.

Understanding technology provides a means to better connect with users.

Applications I've created have entertained, informed and engaged tens of millions of people. I have over billions of page views on various platforms, and have sent millions of click through visitors.

I have developed hundreds of web applications, from micro sites to enterprise level platforms.