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Create a simple admin backend with information from orderform

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Project Description

I have a very simple webpage where i need a simple checkout form with :
a dropdown to select a package, 1 field for: email and 1 field for: Twitter Username

- Client selects package to buy
- Enters there email address
- Enters there Twitter username
- Clicks "Buy Now"

IF client didn't enter a username -> pop-up "Twitter Username is empty"
IF client didn't enter a email address-> pop-up "Email address is empty"

- When client clicks "Buy Now" a small script will use a Twitter API to GET the amount of followers and the Twitter user Id.
- If Twitter user exist then client will be forwarded to Paypal.
- IF Twitter user does not exists POP-UP "This Twitter Username does not exist"

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For the Admin back-end i will need:

- Login for admin area
- When logged in -> 3 categories
1. Pending = not paid
2. Active = Paid but not deliverd
3. Done = Paid and Delivered

I want an overview with the following data/columns in each categories:

Date of order | What package bought | Twitter Username | Amount followers Start | Paypal Email | Paid? | checkbox to set deliverd

So all new orders come in category 1
After payment they move to category 2
After i delivered, i click the checkbox and it will send an email to the client and the order moves to category 3
(email will be a "standard email WITH some data from above!!)

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