Premise: I need a cart created using an existing source for a website. It has database backend mysql. the site is coded in PHP. I already have the [url removed, login to view] forms worked out for data entry but I don't actually have the cart done yet (partially done). the cart needs to 1) send a confirmation after order to customer with order details, 2) write that information to a text file and also email it to me. I wish to also have an admin area that 1) View shopping cart information 2) section for admin refunds, partial refunds, full refunds 3) Add payment gateway [url removed, login to view] (already have the scripts kinda worked out see order dir) 4) Cart progress information (I can change the customers order: delete items, add items, mark certain items as backorder/out of stock current problems with the cart that I have coded is that it won't add the actual product to the table and won't increment the price when quantity goes up but that's it and then mysql needs to be integrated into it so it'll actually pull the product info and then the above steps of course
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