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Open Cart Module Custom Config

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Project Description

Module idea. Open Cart 1.5.5.1 Onwards

Starting off in admin end.

In the category when create new category weather it would be parent or sub category would like they’re to be tab where it would be called Custom Configuration.

The parent category for example would be called customer configure system. in the tab section new tab called custom when click custom in that section would like to have links category (auto complete)

Left side category (auto complete) In middle part would be where choose type i.e. "Select/Drop Down" Right side would be area that products show up that are in that category that was select on the category (auto complete)

Under that row you could add new row by clicking insert or delete that row by clicking delete

(I have attached Image demo of what would like to look like roughly "[url removed, login to view]")


Front end/Store

Select view. I have attached image sample called [url removed, login to view]

Once customer has gone through the select drop down parts at bottom is a cart area where customer should be able to get a automatic total of cost and also a add to cart button.

Can not add products to cart unless all drop down/select have been picked.

And then all product chosen just get added to basket and go through normal checkout.

Please note module must be full easy to install simple upload to ftp with no database work done on my end.

Just so if system crashes can just up load it straight to ftp no fooling around in database.

Also we would have the right to resell module.

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