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Old 04-19-2002, 05:23 PM
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CGI driven self-serve shopping cart system/site needed


MODS: I tried posting this in job offers and requests, but I got a warning about the 5 day advertising limit. Since this is a job offer, I don't believe this is subject to the same limit, but if I am wrong, feel free to delete it and let me know. I don't want to break any rules



I am looking for a cgi programmer/developer type to build this system for me. It's kind of a self-serve shopping cart, or a mini-Ebay without the bidding. I imagine it would involve some MYsql integration and could involve integrating with some off the shelf shopping cart software of some kind. As a matter of fact, if any of you know something like this that already exists as a purchaseable script, please let me know. Here's how it works:

User creates an account at the site and is given a login and password. The user can then create items to sell, upload images etc. Buyers will then be able to browse and search the site and purchase items. The checkout will need to integrate with Authorizenet. Detailed searching capabilities based on a variety of conditions will be needed, as well as some reporting/accounting functions for sellers.

I don't have a budget in mind yet and money is definitely a consideration. I will review and consider all proposals.

Please PM or email me with proposals/questions and examples of your work. I will only reply to emails or PMs. not to this thread.


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