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#21 tylnewcastle

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Posted 31 October 2014 - 08:50

Magento is the best platform for something you are looking for.

 

But if you don't have any budget constraints then you can get it custom developed.

 

Magento would cost around $1500 - 2000

 

Custom may start from $3000


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#22 CraigP

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Posted 31 October 2014 - 08:54

Magento is the best platform for something you are looking for.

 

But if you don't have any budget constraints then you can get it custom developed.

 

Magento would cost around $1500 - 2000

 

Custom may start from $3000

I think we should err on the sound of caution when it comes to giving these sort of prices, Personally i don't know a company, or developer that would do a magento website custom at even close to these costs. 


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#23 chloelawrance

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Posted 31 October 2014 - 09:26

On the subject of money, I would rather pay for training or a course so I can learn and gain more experience, rather than paying a big sum for someone to do the whole thing for me. So if I did some training and had a smaller amount to pay on the developer side of things.

I noticed on the Magento website that there are courses online, would this be a good idea?


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#24 CraigP

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Posted 31 October 2014 - 09:27

On the subject of money, I would rather pay for training or a course so I can learn and gain more experience, rather than paying a big sum for someone to do the whole thing for me. So if I did some training and had a smaller amount to pay on the developer side of things. I noticed on the Magento website that there are courses online, would this be a good idea?

Learning is always the best idea. Fair play to you. But these things can't be learnt over night, which is always something to bear in mind.


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#25 chloelawrance

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Posted 31 October 2014 - 09:40

Yes of course, well I have as much time as I need as I'm learning on the job. 

 

However I would like to get the basic website up and running whilst I'm learning which isn't a problem. 

I thought I could 

  1. Learn the basics online and do more research
  2. Take a course 
  3. Talk to a developer

Or step 2 and 3 the other way around.   I will also learn more coding throughout this 


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#26 CraigP

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Posted 31 October 2014 - 09:41

Or step 2 and 3 the other way around.   I will also learn more coding throughout this 

There is plenty of people on this forum with experience 


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#27 chloelawrance

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Posted 31 October 2014 - 09:45

I feel like i'm being a hassle haha I have too many questions 

It has been extremely helpful though


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#28 CraigP

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Posted 31 October 2014 - 09:53

I feel like i'm being a hassle haha I have too many questions 

It has been extremely helpful though

I wouldn't worry about that, they have had me as a user since the early days. They are more than used to it, and a lot of the users on here don't come for help themselves, but just to help other people.

 

Ask away


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#29 nko349

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Posted 20 March 2017 - 14:51

Hi,

 

I can't access the website I have been building on Wix. Password etc., are ok.

Then I searched the web and found many others like me stranded on Wix. And there is no answer or remedy from Wix  ??


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#30 Sonwebhost

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Posted 09 April 2017 - 19:19

Ok tens of thousand of products in a shopping cart, if you could put the products on a Excel Spreadsheet with prices and bar codes and all the data you want to display, I could put tens of thousands of products on a website for you. Cost two thousand dollars US. I would leave the photos to you...


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#31 vidaan

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Posted 04 October 2017 - 08:40

As according to my point of view you can use Node JS because it is save your lots of time and it is very secure language. And second option you can use Magento . It is user friendly  CMS

If you want to use PHP framework like laravel,  


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