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mtacey27
post Aug 22 2012, 11:10 PM
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I am far from an expert and have played with HTML on the side just a little. I was approached today by a parent from my sons school that I knew how to do this and thought I would be able to just figure out but not having an easy time.

This is to create a web page for fundraising which will probably be attached to paypal. This is for a publis school so it is NON PROFIT

Basically here is what it is: The school sells gift cards from well over 200 vendors and the school recieves a percentage (not relevent but based on whatever the company agrees to) back to the school. Instead of getting junk from a book you get the face vaule gift card and thats it. So parents have asked for a website with abilities to pay with credit card. This is usually done around christmas and saves alot of time while fundraising.

What I am looking for is a page with a list (auto alphabetic - if possible in case something gets pulled or added no need to think but not main concern) with a box prior that a quantity tcan be entered. I prefer not having to do a drop down unless I have no other option (again over 200 vendors) and adding a number is much easier.

"BOX" LL Bean GC - $25.00
"BOX" Sears GC - $25.00
"BOX" Donut Shop GC - $15.00

and so on. The "BOX" is meant to represent a box to enter quantity. Would love a small space between each entry.

I would love to add all the quantities first then checkout and hopefully have paypal understand the different cards without having to add a add to cart button next to each line item and go back an forth

Hopefully this helps understand what I am hoping for help with. Thanks in advance for any help anyone can provide. Thank you very much
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Darin McGrew
post Aug 23 2012, 09:56 AM
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Perhaps one of these CGI or PHP shopping cart programs will meet your needs:
http://cgi.resourceindex.com/Programs_and_...Shopping_Carts/
http://php.resourceindex.com/Complete_Scri...Shopping_Carts/
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