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Old 01-19-2011, 10:44 AM
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Does anyone know how to get a custom configurator like this....

http://www.ibuypower.com/Store/Intel...7_Configurator

Any help would be great
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Old 01-20-2011, 02:58 AM
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no one has any insight on this ?
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Javascript mostly, you can talk to some web designers and see what they'd charge.
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Thank you. Web design is not my specialty, that is why i pay someone
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We have something similar (though definitely simplified for our target market) - http://justbytes.com.au/pcbuild/i_series

The javascript that runs the front-end is quite simple. Just takes the value of each dropdown, takes the cost and tallies it up.

We also have it integrated into a shopping cart and our own custom ShopManager install, so the back-end is quite a bit more complicated...
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Thank you. Web design is not my specialty, that is why i pay someone
No problem at all.

You can check these out and see if it'll work for you:
http://www.pc-configurator.co.uk/
http://webscripts.softpedia.com/scri...lder-2317.html
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We have something similar (though definitely simplified for our target market) - http://justbytes.com.au/pcbuild/i_series

The javascript that runs the front-end is quite simple. Just takes the value of each dropdown, takes the cost and tallies it up.

We also have it integrated into a shopping cart and our own custom ShopManager install, so the back-end is quite a bit more complicated...
Could you shoot me a PM? I got a question about how you pass this information along to PHP.
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Does anyone know how to get a custom configurator like this....

http://www.ibuypower.com/Store/Intel...7_Configurator

Any help would be great
Just wondering if you went with the suggestions or found another, as I'm looking for a configurator too. ?
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cs-cart has a built in configurator although it's not that pretty. Some of the other cart software packages have them as well.
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Depending on your server configuration, nopCommerce (nopcommerce.com) has this built in and you can even see how it works on their demo site. It runs on .net 4 and requires sql for the backend, but overall a nice setup and its free. Id take a look and see if it meets your needs.
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