Bob Thomson wrote: >I have just had a client ask me to build a retailing site for bespoke >jewellery. They will have roughly 200 - 300 items available but as they >are individually made the shopping cart system must be very good at >handling 1 offs. We've developed http://www.onlinesales.co.uk/ The current view looks a bit rubbish as I've been letting someone experiment with the options in the backend rather than screw up their production site... It's in PHP/MySQL. Currently it's working for a vendor who handles their own CC stuff, but it would only require a little work for a interface into another processing facility such as world pay, I just haven't had the time to complete it... I've got one client now running approx 500 items on it, and there is no real limit to what you can do with it. The basic methodology is categories, galleries and products within. There's quite a bit of flexibility in the type of products you can display, how the postage works, VAT... >Essentially they are looking for a solution where they can manage the >contents of the online store themselves in a non-technical way, putting >in new items as appropriate. Admin interface using web forms. All pretty easy, showed one client the system in ten minutes, and left them to it. When they next asked for help they'd added a few dozen products, in several categories/galleries, uploaded images and tested it with some fake orders. >They wish for sold items to disappear from >the store as soon as they are purchased. There's a switch in the admin system to hide out of stock items, which would take care of that... http://www.corx.co.uk/ uses an older version of it. http://www.bladerubber.co.uk has a fairly new version as does http://www.moderngent.com Kind regards, Liam Delahunty Mega Products Limited, 10-11 Moor Street, Soho, London W1D 5NF http://www.liamdelahunty.com/ web/ design/ database/ programming http://www.britstream.com/ Hosting/ Domain Names From UKP 7.50 p.a.