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Website: Configuring Products w/ Wordpress, Cart66 & Gravity Forms

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Project Description

I am looking for help with Wordpress + cart66 & gravity forms:

Wordpress has been installed and both plugins, too.

I want to have a website, that sells a webservice. people are able to purches either a "one-time" usage of the service or a monthly subscription, which enables them to use the service as often as they want (membership).

I need a homepage that shows only the subscription models as products. There should be
room for testimonials, videos & more information on the service as well.


* there a 3 types of "subscription": simple (price X), basic (price Y) & priority (price Z).
* payment will be handled by paypal, a pro account is available, sandbox is available, too. Subscriptions should use recurring payments from paypal
* after the user logged in to his subscription account he will be lead to a dedicated page with 2 tabs:
+tab1: where the user is able to place a new task via a form:
- keyword (text, single line)
- language (dropdown, right now "en"+"de")
- country (dropdown: us, uk, ca, de,at,ch)
- submit button
- after submit, these form data are written to the wordpress-database (gravity forms does this already) with some additional & hidden fields (subscriptiontype,users paypal email,datestarted, datefinished, jobid)
+tab2: user should be able to list "his" old tasks, not tasks from others

besides the subscription product, there should the "just one task" product. the product should offer a simple form:
- keyword (text, single line)
- language (dropdown, right now "en"+"de")
- country (dropdown: us, uk, ca, de,at,ch)
- checkbox: upgrade to priority queue (+1€)
- submit button
payment-handling via paypal, too :-)
after successful return from paypal, these data are written to the database as well with the additional fields (as stated above), too
the "just one task" customers are not required to log in

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