Moodle Installation & Wordpress Site Upgrades/Creation

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my sites:
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All 3 sites are hosted by [url removed, login to view] with Wordpress as CMS for easy management. I've clicked on "update" my Wordpress sites and that screwed up a lot of widgets, etc. for me. So that needs to be fixed on all 3 sites. I want to create a new, 4th site - not a big site, but similar to [url removed, login to view] in look, feel, and size WITH potential to grow. This 4th site is going to be focused on one thing - crowdfunding education. That's why I'm comparing it to the other site, as the other site is also focused on one thing only - coach training. (If you'll need any information from the person who built them - I can easily get that to you and/or connect you with him.) I also need to tweak some links here and there. That's pretty much all for the sites. However, one important element is that the new site will need a new and independent shopping cart, as it'll go through another account. My main site is

Now, about the Moodle. I actually don't know if it's Moodle or another cloud-based platform, but I want something like what I see on So, the need arose in connection with my new project - crowdfunding. I'm going to record about 15 courses and upload them into my learning platform and sell them as a course (recorded). So I need for the site the ability to sustain a lot of people taking the course at the same time (hopefully) sometime in the near future. I also need the flexibility of being able to keep adding courses, creating a library of offerings - some for free, some for pay. Also, sometimes I may want to teach some of these courses live again.

Also, since I have my goalimagery but it's not directly related to crowdfunding and there are parts that are not related at all, I would like to hook up Moodle to the institute as well if we can use the same platform without making it confusing for our visitors - since crowdfunding site will be operating under the institute but as a separate entity.

I'm looking for suggestions how to do this sensibly and cost effectively. I might be able to get the Wordpress person to do the tweak for me, but it would be nice to deal with one person to get everything done.

I'd appreciate an itemized estimate. It doesn't have to be overly detailed, but I would like to see separate quotes for the Wordpress tweaks and for the Moodle installation. Also, to understand if I can install it once and use on all my sites (the way I described it).

Please feel free to contact me via Skype but indicate what it's in reference to.
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