Objective: Create PHP source files for the IDEAstarter Pro website to allow for a ZenCart Product Listing. 1. ZenCart needs to have 1 installation acting as the central products database, but segmented by each domain that adds its products to it. 2. Multiple ItsMyIQ sub-sites should be able to display ONLY their products, allow customers to add items to a cart, and checkout with full e-commerce functionality. 3. Each transaction will pay a 3% fee to InteloQuence, with the remaining 97% transferred to the client via PayPal. Deliverables: # Modification of ZenCart installation to allow for multiple domain product lines # Edit Product tables to allow for ‘domain' attribute for each product # Edit ZenCart page display code to only display domain-specific products, based on a URL variable passed to Iframe containing the ZenCart pages # Addition of 3% Transaction Fee for purchases # At least 2 sub-sites that use the new IDEAstarter Pro source code, with individual products listed in the ZenCart engine for their site # CSV upload page in PHP that posts product data to correct ZenCart tables Items provided at start of project: # ZenCart installation already completed at [url removed, login to view] # Source Code for the IDEAstarter Express/Advanced to use as starting point # Access to server (FTP access, WebMin access, MySQL access) # 2 new sub-domains for testing (TBD)
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
2) Deliverables must be in ready-to-run condition, as follows (depending on the nature of the deliverables):
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