Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I find an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could give you help..
Just found out it is a Unix server..
Will this work on a Unix server??.
I appreciate your response that make s a lot of sense..
Yep it works on Unix, you will need PHP/MYSQL installed...
To do the server sided calculations, is this a module or script that exists or would I find someone here to write it or would I have to pay someone to write it..
I am very new to this and I very much appreciate all of your help.
I will ask this question again as I don't beleive I received a response form the other day.
1)- The server sided calculations, is this a module or script that exists or would I find someone here to write it??.
2)- Would I have to pay someone to write it..
I am very new to this and I very much appreciate all of your help from all of you.
1. it is a script you would need to write..
2. if you 'hire' someone you would most likely have to pay for it...
So how would I find someone here and how much would that cost.
Thank you very much for your help.
I am a web developer and have a client that would like to sell a product online that has customs sizes..
They are accordion doors..
The pricing from my clients manufacturer is broken down into categories (example 6'-8' width are $200.00) but the actual product purchased by the online customer.
Would be a custom size example (83-1/2"). That size fits into that bracket price but the client would be inputing the widths and heights that would be infinitely variable.
Since there are nine different series of products with 15 or so colors and the sizes almost infinitely variable, a database would not really work. This would also give the online user way to many choices that would confuse them and they would want to call my client anyway which is what we are trying to avoid..
The end result being that my client gets the online order by email with the custom sizes so that it could be ordered from my clients manufacturer, and that would be done by the normal form handling process, I could do with CGI, if I had to, and the shopping cart would forward the purchase information onto the credit card company or to a file that could be logged into daily to get the CC numbers and orders..