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The face of Tillie, who once graced the now demolished Palace Amusements in Asbury Park, has been restored on top of The Wonder Bar. This famous bar once boasted of having the longest bar in the world, a claim that has been neither measured nor contested. Exit 102.

X-Cart

Since 2004 our crack team of programmers and designers has been building and maintaining X-Cart and X-Cart Gold store fronts. Our experience ranges from developing sites from scratch with X-Cart to assuming the maintenance of sites after a prior developer was unable to continue or didn’t deliver on their promises.

X-Cart meets several of the most important criteria we use for selecting a shopping cart solution. It is open-source and based on PHP Smarty templates, W3C XHTML compliant, capable of interfacing with MySQL and is well documented and supported. This means that we are able to customize the shopping cart and save the data in a powerful, trusted and secure format.

While we often use this software to develop e-commerce websites from scratch, we have also stepped in and helped our clients solve problems with their existing X-Cart websites or helped finish projects when other development teams have bailed out.

If you are looking to sell products online, Cyber X Designs can guide you through each step of the process.

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X-Cart is an online shopping cart software. We use it to develop online stores that connect to secure and trusted online credit card processing services. Because it is Open Source, that means that it is highly customizable and there are no recurring annual fees.

Take a look at some of the e-commerce websites we have developed using X-Cart. If you would like to talk to us about your existing website or developing a new website in X-Cart, give us a call.


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Exit 131: The lightbulb, phonograph, and motion picture projector were invented by Thomas Edison in his Menlo Park laboratory.