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Bets way to create a Shopping Cart?

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Ok I donít know exactly where to start so ill just start typing. I run a local business and just created my web site in this past week. I am pretty familiar with web design but have never had to use it with e-commerce. As of now I set my shopping cart up with pay pal and the user has to click an "add to cart" button which opens up a new window in paypal. Paypal said that if I already have a shopping cart I can still use them but I am not sure where to even start looking for a code for a decent shopping cart.

I am pretty much at step one and figured I would come here because any other computer problems I have ever had problems with, people on these forms have solved them

1. Should I even use Paypal?
2. Bizland is my current host (pro membership)
3. Should I use a separate e-commerce host?
4. My web site (www.faceplatesgrillz.com)

I donít even know what I am looking for all I know is that I want a nice shopping cart on my page which a person can check out on my page. Or at least add there stuff to the shopping cart without going off my site.

Just a finger in the right direction would be greatly appreciated.
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    The Leather Lady

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It looks like your webhost has some eCommerce tools available already. Checked out your site- might wanna review it for typos. What you are selling cannot afford to be associated with carelessness.
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