CGI shopping for beginner

Right now, I have two web sites that use JavaScripted shopping carts.  For security reasons, I want to change these sites over to CGI.  I have been to a few of the "shopping cart sites", however, my products come in two or three different sizes.  Is there a site that will teach me about writing my own CGI to create a shopping cart that is more suited to what I need.  

I have read a few books on CGI programming, and know of some of the basics.  I know alot about HTML, and JS, so those areas are of no worry.  It's the CGI that is killing me.

Thanks to all who reply.  This question is for 50 points, however, if needed, I will post other questions in the forum to distribute to multiple experts for their site reccomendations.

Thanks.

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KennyConnect With a Mentor IT Application ExecutiveCommented:
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ItsMeCommented:
Hi ! I had the same problem, too. I didn't find a site and nobody told me where to find out. I tried and tried and got a small begin. I will listen to the comments to this question :-)

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KennyIT Application ExecutiveCommented:
Perhaps one of these are what you are looking for :

http://cgi.resourceindex.com/

http://www.activestate.com/ActivePerl/docs/
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messentaryAuthor Commented:
zxr,

Thanks for the comment.  I do like the second site you gave.  I had been to the first one before, and perhaps just a little overwhelmed as to what I was getting into.  50 points are yours, however, please wait a couple of days before posting an answer.  I still want to get some other ideas, and distribute other points for those ideas.

ItsMe,
I hope your finding this useful.  CGI seems to be a bit harder than I originally had thought, but, perhaps this question will ease it up for us.
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KennyIT Application ExecutiveCommented:
I don't really like posting answers. I would prefer very much if you could accept my comment as an answer, when you feel like it.

I think that these should also be very helpful :

http://www.masteringperl5.com/
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messentaryAuthor Commented:
Actually, seeing you are the only one to answer this question after being up for a week, I do feel that it is time to close out the question.  So please post an answer.  Thanks for being patient.

Michael
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