Web designers and developers who can help you with your E-junkie setup and implementing our cart in your site, program custom scripts to accomplish special needs, and other custom requirements. Have you implemented E-junkie Shopping Cart for a client? Contact us now to get included in this directory.
- - Custom replacements for the E-junkie Shopping Cart interface:
- B.J. de Haan Solutions - Custom key-generation scripts to integrate with our send generated codes feature
- Brad Spencer - WordPress consulting & implementations
- Juxtaprose - Custom scripting to alter E-junkie Cart's behavior/appearance:
General E-junkie Setup & Custom Development Services:
- Brink Media
- Web Design GT
- Little Oak
- Reality Software
- Shea Media
- Mark Steputis @ LightwaveStudio
- Ryan Nagy
- Bryon Keck
- Amanda Duncan
- Evan Eckard
- Foster Interactive
- Snap Tortoise
- Laura-Jane Koers @ Brightflock
- CoCreate Design
PCI certification, SSL and Site Seals
These guys are serious about security and have amazing customer support. If you need an SSL certificate or a site seal to assure your buyers about a safe shopping environment, you can get it from VikingCloud (formerly aka ControlScan).
Easy to use, professional site builder which supports E-junkie.
We've hosted all our side projects and auxiliary sites at DreamHost (aside from E-junkie.com itself, as that's hosted in the Amazon cloud). They provide ample space, easy one-click install of WordPress and other CMS site-builders, domain registration and hosting, and have been as reliable as one could expect. What we love about them is a great trurnaround time for responding to support e-mails and non-canned replies. You can use our affiliate code
EJDOLLARSwhen you register with them to get $50 off your order.
Free Webmaster Resources
A great resource site for all sorts of free tools like text editors, website authoring software, FTP programs, back utilities and whatnot!
- HTML Dog
The Webmaster's best friend! :^) Awesome HTML and CSS tutorials from Beginner to Advanced level, along with handy lookup references (say, what's that tag again?). Helps you learn it right the first time according to Web coding standards and best practices (so you don't have to unlearn bad habits and fix things later)!
To really get into the nitty-gritty of Web design, you'll need to learn Cascading Style Sheets (CSS); this is hands-down the best resource we've found for understanding it and what you can do with it -- especially check out their Guides and their Almanac of CSS Properties.