Joe goes to webpage. He answers a few A-or-B questions. After Joe answers the last question, the page shows him which product he should buy.
a) What do I call this decision-making tool?
b) Where do I learn how to make it?
posted by itesser
on Oct 22, 2012 -
I have a completely hand-coded website. I want to start selling things on the website, but I don't want to change the site's design. How can I most easily accomplish this? [more inside]
posted by lobbyist
on Jun 27, 2012 -
Should I knuckle down and learn to use Magento, or is there a friendlier option that will do everything I need?
I am building an commerce site for a small business that needs to serve both the general public and their wholesale clientele. I've got some experience with several Wordpress-based ecommerce solutions, but am I going to find them limiting in the long run? [more inside]
posted by Magnakai
on Jan 17, 2012 -
We need to convert a pdf catalog to a flash flip book (ie this
. No problem. however, the client wants to have it set up so that when the viewer clicks on an item, that item gets added to a cart, and then when the viewer is done, the cart list gets emailed to a distributor for a price quote. I've spent the afternoon searching, but I'm not finding anything that looks like what we need. Any ideas?
posted by korej
on Jan 7, 2010 -
I'm looking for tips on making a product catalog for a website, but not a fully fledged online shop. What options are there? [more inside]
posted by Harry
on Aug 29, 2009 -
SEOFilter: I'm no pro at this, but check out the footer here
. Is this crazy strategy of any benefit when it comes to location-specific searches? One would think so, but I've never seen such an exhaustive, derivative list of pages before.
posted by study the living world
on Jul 15, 2009 -
I need an ecommerce solution for digital products - something that will email my customers a download link to their orders the instant the purchase is complete. What service or software can you recommend? [more inside]
posted by katillathehun
on Jul 8, 2008 -
1) Client insists on using Yahoo Store because they're comfortable with it and have a decent relationship with Yahoo. 2) Client's current Yahoo Store design firm is lethargic about any changes, even when they're responsible for breaking them in the first place. 3) Does the hive mind have any recommendations for a new design firm that can implement some (modest, mostly back-end for metatagging and on-page content updates) changes quickly?
posted by beaucoupkevin
on Jun 5, 2008 -
I'm looking for a small, arts/music oriented web design firm to design a webpage for a retail shop with web sales (preference for firms located in NYC). Any recommendations? I don't need/want any crazy flash animations, just simple, classy, musical, yet somewhat hip, if that makes any sense. Just for reference, I very much enjoy the look and feel of the Enja Records website
posted by mfherman
on Oct 18, 2006 -
If I wanted an ecommerce site powered by something like osCommerce
and I wanted some additional functionality built that gave product previews via ajax, similar to what NetFlix does
, where should I look for a programmer to set it all up and about how much should I expect to pay?
posted by fourstar
on Apr 20, 2006 -
1) Are there any internet payment methods besides PayPal that are gaining market share? 2) Are you aware of any web services that handle the fulfilment side of selling intellectual property (e.g. download & payment collection)? If it makes any difference, I'm in Canada and server is Unix and in USA. Thanks!
posted by Manhasset
on Feb 20, 2006 -
webdesignFilter: Help! I need recommendations for a web company to design and build a retail website with e-commerce and content management. Bonus points for an NYC-based company. Even more bonus points for something somewhat affordable.
posted by discokitty
on Nov 22, 2005 -
Site design: what are, in your opinion, the best-designed ecommerce sites out there? Either from a graphic design or a usability viewpoint.
posted by Leon
on Sep 12, 2005 -
I need a good, cheap (free) ASP shopping cart application for Windows 2003 / IIS for a client website. Normally, I would use osCommerce, but for some reason they want everything ASP, etc. Any suggestions? Your help is fantastically appreciated. [more inside]
posted by letterneversent
on Jul 29, 2005 -
How do people make websites do this fancy trick? The site sells something downloadable. You pay, then you get an automated email containing a link to download the same item or items you bought.
posted by leapingsheep
on Jul 13, 2005 -