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PHP 5 e-commerce Development by Michael Peacock

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Summary

In this chapter we have taken our framework and extended the order process, so that the customer is now ready to make their payment.

We now check that the customer is logged into the store, and if they are not we allow them to log in or create an account. The customer can then set a delivery address, and their default delivery address is shown. So, if they choose to use that, they don't need to change anything. The customer can then select the payment method they wish to use to pay for the order. Finally, the customer can review their order, before confirming and placing the order. At any time during this process, the customer can move backwards and forwards between stages if they wish.

The next stage is to actually take payments from our ...

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