Diary of a Webhead

October 24, 1996

I found a shopping cart program I like for our online store. Most are written in CGI, but this one is in Java script, a type of programming that makes the interface more attractive to customers. I can customize it very easily with our logo and any graphics, even though I know nothing about Java. Now Tools, the company I purchased it from, must be used to helping ignorant people like me-they're very patient. For the next few days, I'll work on entering a database of everything we carry and the prices, and I'll design the layout-kind of a virtual plant store. It's going to be extremely time-consuming, but I can't wait to see the results!

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This article was originally published in the April 1999 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: Diary of a Webhead.

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