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Ecommerce Responsive Site

by terps10 / March 25, 2013 11:19 PM PDT

Hello,

Looking to build a new site but have very limited knowledge about development. I have a designer but I would like to offshore all development.

In a nutshell, the website is a relatively simple fantasy sporting website; however, it needs the ability for customers to deposit via credit card. Being able to payout can be handled outside of the system unless this can be easily done. I was thinking it's best to purchase a 3rd party service for customer deposits?

Aside from the basic functionality to assemble fantasy teams, play against others, and support deposits, I would like this site to be a responsive design site. I was wondering at a high-level what should the platform of this site be? Also, any ballpark numbers about what it would cost to get developers to build this (if provided all designs and functional specifications)?

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Building a site
by DamnitDeb / March 26, 2013 5:51 AM PDT

Hi,
Sounds like you need a good app theme with some plugins. Marketersplatform will let you try their Wordpress based services without having to sign in or pay. Most of the tech stuff is done and support is always available Happy - They do hosting too.

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Joomla Sports Plugin
by InMotionHosting / May 1, 2013 7:06 AM PDT
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