I have some friends with a brick and mortar store who are wanting to put items into an online web store. I've set up the products in a Weebly store for them, but now I have discovered that the interface provided by Weebly will only support a single shipping option, and they need to have 3 variations. Smoked salmon has to have 2nd day air as the shipping option, gourmet jams and jellies need to have either a fixed price (one of those one-price USPS) boxes or a by weight option, and the rest of the items ship in a larger fixed price box. They do not intend to ship internationally.
I do NOT want access to inside their paypal account to build the buttons for the individual items, and it doesn't appear to be possible to build buttons inside my own account and transfer them over to them. (It might be possible if I was a developer, which I most certainly am not.)
Which leads me to the shopping cart solution - I looked at the list on PayPal, and am already familiar with e-junkie from participation in a couple of affiliate programs and having purchased downloadable items via the e-junkie cart. I've been reading about the carts, and I believe the pro version of the cart will do exactly what is needed if I am able to set it up for them.
I hope I am asking the right questions:
Can i set up a cart for their store from inside my account without impacting my own ability to use the account for my own things later, or do I need to set up an e-junkie account for them in order to set up the shopping cart for their webstore? And can I set up a cart for their PayPal address without needing access to their account?
Thank you in advance.