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How To Create An Online Shop, Moonfruit Style

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Looking to become an online shopkeeper? The first thing you need to do is check out our comprehensive guide, How To Create An Online Shop.

Setting up shop is easy with Moonfruit. Our ShopBuilder tool allows you to quickly create and manage an online shop, and makes it really easy for you to share your products and services on Facebook and Twitter, ensuring you reach as many potential customers as possible.

Want to learn more? We’ve put together a detailed guide on how to make an online shop to take you through all the steps you’ll need.

If you’ve been inspired to start a website with Moonfruit let us know how you get on by commenting below – tell the world about your online shop!


Vicki Shiel
Editor at Moonfruit. Likes food and smoothies.

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7 Responses to “How To Create An Online Shop, Moonfruit Style”

  1. Tomas Oruga

    Web is an interesting area and I’m desperate to have one and I know our helpful friends from Moonfruit can help me own one and thanks.

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  2. Carlos

    How do you set tax %???? In the guide I could not find anything related to tax settings,etc. thanks!

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    • Steven

      Hi Carlos,

      This is not currently possible with the shop tool. You will need to ensure tax is included in the product price.

      Cheers,

      Steven

      Reply
  3. Vicki Peers

    Hi guys,
    I need some help – I’m pretty new to all this and I’ve taught myself so far…
    I have my site up and running (paid for an external domain as I didn’t realise you offered it as I have the lite plan) and I have a shop page,
    I want the postage to be automatically applied now, depending on weight. How do I do this? I think it looks amateur at the moment where I have to write on my description choose option A for postage.

    Thanks
    Vicki

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    • Steven

      Hi Vicki,

      Unfortunately it is not currently possible to set shipping by weight – sorry about that. As a workaround I would usually encourage the postage for heavier items to be incorporated in to the cost of the item if possible.

      Cheers,

      Steven

      Reply

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