We are starting a tour company called EXtreme RV Adventures which offers guests high-adrenaline adventure trips via an RV (Recreational Vehicle). Our guides/drivers take 4-6 guests per RV and guide them on hikes, rafting trips, horseback rides, etc. We designed the website using Wix, and it can be seen at www.exrva.com. We will continue to update the website on our own as we add more trips/itineraries.
We need a programmer to integrate an ecommerce page onto our website by programming three distinct projects:
1) The checkout page itself, which we created a mock-up of with an image, which can be seen at: www.exrva.com/checkout . There will be multiple checkout pages, one for each of the different trips (e.g. Utah, California, Arizona, etc.) The basic checkout page will be a "template" and there will be multiple sets of images on each of the checkout pages such as thumbnails of the daily activities or the maps of the trips. We will be providing ALL of the images. We will upload all of the images to a folder in Google Drive, and the code on the checkout page will need to reference that folder as the source of the images, and the images will have pre-determined filenames which the checkout page will call. Therefore, we will be able to "create" additional trips in the future (because all the template pages will be ready to go) because we will know exactly what all the image names will be. We will need only 50 "templates" in order to prepare for additional trips. Please see the following link in order to see an example of what the filenames (in yellow) will be: www.exrva.com/variables . The only difference between the various pages will be that they reference images with different 3-digit numbers. (For example, "extreme map 001 small.jpg for the first trip, extreme map 002 small.jpg for the second trip, extreme map 003 small.jpg for the third trip, etc.)
2) The Administrative Panel page, which only we (the owners) can log into, which allows us to input and/or change certain variables like the names of the trips, the cost, maximum number of guests, pick-up location, difficulty rating for each of the various trips, etc. The Admin Panel also allows us to "activate" or "deactivate" a particular trip by checking or unchecking an "ACTIVE" box. An image of the Administrative Panel we propose can be seen at: www.exrva.com/adminpanel .
3) The Database Page, which stores the data customers input, such as name, address, date of birth, gender, etc. We have not designed an image of this because we flexible with the layout, as long as it can allow us to access and change the information that the customers input when they booked with us and paid the deposit.
Again, we will use Wix to update the website by ourselves, however, we require the ecommerce pages to be integrated into the existing site.