Developing radio buttons to a product
#512 (In Topic #111)
I am developing a web site for our coffee roastery.
We want to sell coffee bags online and the user will need to select which type of grind he wants, e.g. Espresso, Filter, Plunger etc.
I just found this cms and wondering before I dive in, will it be possible to add these radio buttons? How complicated will it be?
I looked a bit through the tutorials but couldn't understand much from them which makes me worry a bit.
How do you find developing for this cms?
We are not using Paypal or any other gateway.
We send our invoices to the customers and they email us the proof of payment.
Another problem I have is I want to download Composr but on the download page there is only the unstable version and no link to the main version.
Where do I find the main version?
Once you get it up and running, feel free to ask any questions you may have. If you think there is something missing from the Tutorials you can suggest new Documentation on the Tracker.
- If not, please let us know how we can do better (please try and propose any bigger ideas in such a way that they are fundable and scalable).
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- If my reply is too Vulcan or expressed too much in business-strategy terms, and not particularly personal, I apologise. As a company & project maintainer, time is very limited to me, so usually when I write a reply I try and make it generic advice to all readers. I'm also naturally a joined-up thinker, so I always express my thoughts in combined business and technical terms. I recognise not everyone likes that, don't let my Vulcan-thinking stop you enjoying Composr on fun personal projects.
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First thank you for answering my questions.
I decided to give it a try and will probably ask a lot of questions here
I tried all kinds of cms before and found it very hard to develop my own modules/plugins styling etc. hopefully I will find it easy enough with Composr.
Let the games begin.
I wish you luck on your project! Personally from my opinion I think Composr CMS is quite easy to develop with, compared to other CMSs. There's something for every level of developer, from miniblocks, to minimodules, to regular blocks and modules, to full-on addons.
Sigal saidHi Chris and KingBast,<br /><br />First thank you for answering my questions.<br /><br />I decided to give it a try and will probably ask a lot of questions here <img class="top_vertical_alignment" alt=":)" src=" " /><br /><br />I tried all kinds of cms before and found it very hard to develop my own modules/plugins styling etc. hopefully I will find it easy enough with Composr.<br /><br />Let the games begin.<br /><input class="cms_keep_ui_controlled" size="45" title="" type="button" value="snapback Comcode tag (dbl-click to edit/delete)" />
If you desire and think your developments would be useful to others in the Composr community, consider submitting an addon(s) of your tools for others to use. By doing so, not only can others use it, but others can also give feedback towards the development of your tools as well.
And always remember, make your customisations as copies inside the suffixed "_custom" folders. That way, your changes are preserved during upgrades and the original code is preserved in case of an issue. It also makes it easier to use a diff merge tool to merge changes via. Composr upgrades to your custom coding.
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