Complete .NET4 C# Website with SQL DB for Sign Company - repost
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Project Budget$1500-$3000 AUD
.Net4 IIS7.5 website for a sign manufacturing company built using ComponentArt components (which we have purchased from [url removed, login to view]) to drive MS-SQL database initially containing:
- Customer details for internal jobs
- Contact details under customers which will also include login details (for future use)
- Content. Keep in mind we may later want to have the ability to skin the site based on login. Each page should have HTML page content in the database linked to a menu item, also stored in the database. This will allow us to easily add new menu items and page content using a back-end administration page.
- Products and Pricing database.
The website needs to have an administration section to setup and maintain:
- Customers and contacts
- Menu Items and Page HTML (needs to use IIS url rewriting for search engine friendliness). All pages should have customisable METATAGS for search engines. An [url removed, login to view] should be maintained for search engine use.
- Products and Pricing
- Customer Orders
- Customer Projects (these will be created from orders and will be used to manage what needs to be done to fulfil the orders)
The website home page, which should be one of the page html's from the database, needs to show a CSS3/HTML5 slideshow portfolio of completed projects (each slide must link to a page html for that project), and should also include a customisable HTML5 product showcase module.
The products pages should use the ComponentArt grid to display products and pricing. When a product is clicked, a ComponentArt dialogue should show the product details and allow the user to add to a shopping cart. If added, the cart should show in another dialog (the product details dialog closes), where the user can checkout, make changes, or continue (goes back to product page).
Products also need to be able to be linked by compatibility. Products may be parts, which need to be combined to create a complete, modular sign. When a user views the product detail dialog, it should show a list of compatible products. When added to the cart, the site should ask the user if they wish to add compatible parts/products. These should be displayed in a graphical way so the customer can identify what parts they need to build the sign. Parts should be priced and added to the cart as individual products. Total pricing in the cart should be calculated on what exists in the cart. For example, part A alone could be one price, but combined with parts B and C to create a particular sign could be priced differently (as a pack). Price ranges should also be considered, as a product ordered individually may be charged at a different rate to one being ordered in a larger quantity.
The administration page should be accessible only via a login for users of administration level access, and be developed using the ComponentArt Treeview to select an area (initially structured as follows in the attached diagram). Any HTML text fields should use the ComponentArt Editor control.
The website must be visually impressive to suit the fact that this site is for a sign company closely related to the graphics industry.
Search engine visibility is a high priority for this website so should be considered at all times when developing the site to maximise the site's visibility and friendliness to search engines.
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