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Re: Naylor Creek's secure ordering

Hi Bob,
I just went to the Naylor Creek site to check out the shopping cart and secure
payment feature that has been discussed here recently.   Maybe I've got the wrong
site because I can't find that to which you are referring.  When I bring up the plant
listing, I don't see any option to add the plant to a shopping cart.  What am I doing
wrong? This is the URL I used - http://www.naylorcreek.com/main.html .   BTW, I
believe they must be setting a standard for selection--wowzer, what a lot of Hostas!

(ah.... Now I just found it... I had to scroll down a bit and there it was.
Interesting implementation.  Arranging a web site is almost like arranging one's
garden because every one is a little different).   I'm sure I don't have to wish them
good luck, but I will anyhow.   Good luck, Jack and Gary.  Hope you have a great

Hosta la Vista!

Andrew Lietzow
#1 Plantsman at http://HostaHaven.com
http://dev.hostahaven.com/discus -- A repository for some great conversations about

> andrewl wrote:
> >
> > > Congratulations, Bob!   Since my site has had secure ordering since nearly the
> > > beginning,
> Hi Andrew
>         Naylor Creek has had secure ordering for a couple of years now but the
> server it was on shut down so I had to redo the cart from scratch the
> second time this fall. I mean I had to find one and install it after I
> did the old one earlier this fall which stayed with the old server. It
> takes awhile to enter 1200-1500 plants in a cart and than almost
> immediately start over.
> --
> Bye
> Bob             Bob Axmear  208 2nd St Ne  Waukon, Ia 52172
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