Building an e-commerce website is a pretty complicated process.
Not only do you have to know the back-end, the database, and making it secure you also have to contend with dealing with sales tax, shopping carts, orders management, inventory, and etc…
You’re much better off going with Shopify and letting them handling that complicated stuff for you. From there, you can focus on just theme development using your html and css skills.
Magneto is another good ecommerce platform most enterprises user too.
Something else to consider is that business owners aren’t looking for someone who can just build their site. Most will build the site on their own using the website builders that Shopify, Wordpress, or any other CMS offers. So, you have to learn extra skills to give yourself an edge. For instances, having experience working with google analytics and using SEO will make you more valuable. Or being able to design a plugin to help drive sales will get you picked out of a sea of newbies.
I don’t have the option of using Shopify (edit: or any other platform which requires credit card, debit card payment). It doesn’t work in my country. I am almost pioneering the introduction of e-commerce to where I live.
What about Wordpress with WooCommerce? Squarespace has a decent platform with ecommerce plugins.
I can’t pay for their services that’s why
Check out WesBos Advanced React – He teaches how to build an e-commerce website. Also check out
Thanks @sfonua10 I’m actually starting to work on it. Choosing the stack go with.
Building an ecommerce website is the most difficult task, I would rather suggest you to use any ecommerce website builder. I had used ThyCart for building my ecommerce website, they build my website in just 2 weeks . So the plus point of using such builder is, the time till your website is getting build you can focus on marketing and all other strategies.
I think it is the best combination.
You can use Woo-commerce is easy and there are many videos on YouTube.