I need someone who is familiar with CandyPress to make some mods. CandyPress is an ASP shopping cart.
I have three CandyPress stores that I want to be able to administrate through a single backend and a single MS SQL Server database. I also want to be able to add additional stores later.
Each storefront needs to be able to have its own configuration settings, but still store orders in the same table.
Products need to be stored in the same table, but an additional table needs to be created to associate which products are sold in which stores. I want to be able to add products only once, but be able to add them to more than one store, but not necessarily every store. There needs to be a multi-select listbox added to the product add/edit page that lists all the stores where I can select which stores the product will appear in. Every product needs to be able to have its own meta tags, but use the site default ones if the fields are left blank.
I also need an HTML editor to replace the textareas throughout CandyPress and all emails need to be sent as HTML.
The upload files portion needs to allow uploads with the ImageUpload control and multiple uploads using the Boomerang control from ActiveXObjects.com.
I want to add a boolean field to the product table for "DropShip". If the product is a drop ship product, then I want a button beside the product on the order screen that generates a purchase order in RTF format using WordToy, then attach it to an email and email it to the supplier associated with that product.
I want to be able to edit the product details in an order and add products to an order from the admin.
Products need to be able to have multiple image support and work like they do on the [url removed, login to view] site and holding your mouse over a product on the home page should show a tooltip style box with the product image in it like it does on that site.
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MS SQL 2000
IE 4+, NS 4+, FF 1+