Credit Crunched? Special Offer for readers of clubosc

By | October 17, 2008

I’ve made a special “Credit Crunch” offer over at

BUY ONE, GET ONE (to equivalent value) FREE! Times are hard, so if I can do something to help with people getting started correctly with osCommerce then it can only be good.

My suggestion would be to go for the STS and Designing ebooks (both updated for 2008), as these take you on two separate journeys to design a good looking osCommerce site – and will give you enough knowledge and experience to make almost any design work in osCommerce. And you can now get them both for the cost of one!

In addition, as a special offer only for readers of Club osCommerce, I will also give any buyers the “localhost” package as a bonus. This is an installation of PHP, MySQL, PHPMyAdmin, osCommerce and osCommerce STS in one download, and it works on your home computer! One click and it’s all up and running…the package also includes instructions of how to get your live site mirrored onto your own computer hard drive.

OK, so if you are interested, all you need to do is get yourself along to and purchase your chosen eBook – it’ll be an instant download. Then email me and tell me which eBook ( to equivalent value) you would like) and I will send it to you – if you also quote code clubosc001 I will send you the “localhost” package too.

5 thoughts on “Credit Crunched? Special Offer for readers of clubosc

  1. Ronaldinho53

    Thanks Bert. I will soon take advantage of this offer! On another note, what is your opinion of STS? Is it really that much easier to work with (especially if you want to add several contribs) or is it better off, in the long run, to work directly in osC?

  2. Gary Post author

    Ron- STS makes things a bit easier when you are using an already made design – if you are making something off the top off of your head (which I like to do) it is as easy to not use sts…

  3. Ronaldinho53

    So you don’t think STS is too restrictive when it comes to installing contributions?

  4. Gary Post author

    Ron – some of the bigger contribs don’t play all that nicely with STS and there is one “issue” with STS (that is easy to get around). All in all, I’d say it’s a fairly good system to use (though, admittedly, I would never use it for a site) as I prefer to code my stuff from scratch without a template system – mind you that’s probably more to do with my geek coding skills than anything else.. For someone wanting an easy way to template a site, use STS.

  5. Gary Post author

    Please note that this offer is ending shortly.

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