PHP Shopping Cart Module

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PHP Shopping Cart Module

This PHP shopping cart module has features of a shopping cart that works with a logged in user. This is a good starting point of developing your project. You can add your own features that is required for your project.

List of features

Admin features

The table below shows the features an admin can do in the system.

ADMIN FEATURES
User Management
Create, read, update, delete and search users
List users with pagination
Valid email format required
Password must be an uppercase letter, lowercase letter, number, and special character
Confirm password field
Password validation as you type
View customer order history
Deleting the first administrator account is not allowed
Edit profile of currently logged in user
Show name of currently logged in user
Login page and logout function
Product Management
Create, read, update, delete and search users
List products with pagination
View inactive products
View products under a category
List products under a category
Upload product images, you can select many images at once
View product images with thumbnails
Delete product image with the X icon
Upload product PDFs, you can select many PDF files at once
List and delete product PDF
Rich text editor enabled for product description when adding or editing product
Quantity value must be a number and greater than or equal to 1
Sort products by fields
Highlight the selected category in the navigation
Order Management
View pending and completed orders in separate tabs
Change status of an order (pending or completed)
Pagination on the list of orders
The latest order is seen at the top of the list
View details of an order
Auto-compute order totals

Customer features

The table below shows the features a customer can do in the system.

CUSTOMER FEATURES
User Management
Login page and logout function
Password must be an uppercase letter, lowercase letter, number, and special character
Valid email format required
Edit profile of currently logged in customer
Show name of currently logged in user
Product management
Product lists with pagination
Search products with paginated results
View products under a category
Product list under a category with pagination
View product images with thumbnails
Product page with related information, add to cart button, and image slider
View single product with SEO friendly URL (.htaccess file used)
Quantity value must be a number and equal to or greater than one
Highlight selected category in the navigation bar
Order Management
Make an order
Auto-generated unique transaction ID
Add to cart button (for each item) with specified quantity
Cart page with a list of products added to cart
Update quantity button for each item on the cart page
Compute subtotal and grand total on the cart page
Remove from cart button for each item in the cart
Empty cart button to remove all items in the cart
View customer order history with pagination
A checkout page with billing information
Payment via cash on delivery
Place order page – Thank you message
The latest order is seen at the top of the list
View details of an order

Developer features

The table below shows the features that developers like you will like.

DEVELOPER FEATURES
Hashed passwords stored in the database
Uses PDO bindParam() to prevent SQL injection in all MySQL queries
Uses PHP htmlspecialchars() & strip_tags() to prevent XSS attacks
Object oriented programming source code
Bootstrap user interface
PDO extension used
Radio button looks like a switch
All source code files organized by folders
Database configuration file in “config” folder
SQL file and READ-ME.txt in “dev” folder
Free support and code updates for 1 year

Before you download

Make sure you have a basic understanding of the our PHP OOP CRUD Tutorial and .htaccess RewriteRule Examples.

Our source code is provided as-is. We can support only the features listed above. We currently do not accept custom programming job. Thank you for understanding!

Download source code

Please use the button below to download our PHP Shopping Cart Module source code.

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Cart Data Storage

This source code takes advantage of PHP SESSIONS, PHP COOKIES, and MySQL when storing cart data.

  • We use PHP COOKIES to save site visitor’s user_id locally.
  • We use PHP SESSIONS as back up just in case cookies are disabled in user’s browser.
  • We use MySQL to store cart items in the database.
  • This way, cart items can be resurrected even if user closed his browser, logged out or logged in another computer.

Here’s the logic:

IF cookies are enabled, AND if user is logged in, we save ‘session user_id’ to ‘user_id variable’. The value of ‘user_id variable’ is very important because we use it to save ‘user_id’ both in PHP ‘cookie’ and ‘session’.

IF cookies are enabled, AND if user is not logged in, AND if user already have a ‘cookie user_id’ token, we save ‘cookie user_id’ to ‘user_id variable’.

IF cookies are enabled, AND if user is not logged in, AND if ‘cookie user_id’ is not set (it means, visitor never used the cart before), we get new token as ‘user_id variable’ value.

IF cookies are enabled, AND user is logged in OR not logged in, we set ‘cookie user_id’ and ‘session user_id’ with the final ‘user_id variable’ value. This will retrieve the cart data with the same ‘user_id’ from MySQL database.

IF cookies are disabled, AND user is logged in, we maintain ‘session user_id’.

IF cookies are disabled, AND user is not logged in, we get new token and save it to ‘session user_id’.

Important Note: The statements above can be understood more clearly if you will see the code implementation on /config/core.php line 26 onwards.

Simple Set Up

Source code simple set up when you install:

  1. Extract the ZIP file to your server directory.
  2. In your PhpMyAdmin, create a database “shop_cart_module”
  3. Import the “shop_cart_module.sql” SQL file in the “dev” folder
  4. Change rewrite base directory in line 7 of .htaccess file (if needed)
  5. Change $home_url in /config/core.php (if needed)
  6. Configure database in /config/database.php
  7. Run product.php – this is the main file, not index.php
  8. Admin account
    Username: [email protected]
    Password: [email protected]
  9. Customer account
    Username: [email protected]
    Password: [email protected]

How To Make TinyMCE File Manager / File Browser Work?

1. Change line 71 of /libs/js/responsive_filemanager/filemanager/config/config.php

'upload_dir' => '/YOUR_ROOT_DIRECTORY/libs/js/responsive_filemanager/source/',

2. Change line 42-43 of /admin/layout_foot.php

external_filemanager_path:"/YOUR_ROOT_DIRECTORY/libs/js/responsive_filemanager/filemanager/",
external_plugins: { "filemanager" : "/YOUR_ROOT_DIRECTORY/libs/js/responsive_filemanager/filemanager/plugin.min.js"},

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Need More Features?

If you think you now need more features, you can download our PHP Shopping Cart System instead. It has more features like web page content management, contact form, and more.

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12 comments

  1. Hey @ninjazhai I am trying to create a delete_order.php in the admin section. So I can delete a product from an order, in case of a customer would order a wrong product. one of the images you can see the code and the orther one you can see with what i mean.
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/dab3bb53935bd69dacda978b7124f5404cd7efaf71fcf17b288a7b07896b3530.png https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/69f28a61726d6f375bfdfcf33d41a8f44a707e28350ec6c2af3d0d5ff34cabef.png

    1. Hi @disqus_Oxufyii5kA, your code looks correct. Just make sure you add the delete() method on your order_item object. You should manage the delete trigger via JavaScript as well, try to put it on layout_foot.php file.

  2. can i please get this code as tutorial like what you did on your previous tutorials.please i really need this. thank you. please because i cannot provide if im going to pay it, im still a student.

      1. please provide the full source code for

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