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Creating an online marketplace using Webassist

Thread began 11/03/2009 12:07 am by sales320648 | Last modified 11/03/2009 4:07 pm by sales320648 | 2175 views | 1 replies


Creating an online marketplace using Webassist

Building an online community marketplace with shop relates sites like or using Webassist extensions and solutions.

When webassist says " Build virtually any website you can imagine with dreamweaver extensions from Webassist.", I believe it. Webassist has very powerful extensions and solutions that can be enhanced when in very skilled hands. This is why I would like to know if it's possible to build an online community marketplace store related sites like or using Webassist extensions and solutions?

That is, can webassist extensions and solutions be used to develop a professional website with similar functionality but not be a clone ? Theses online marketplaces or websites allows users to register, have their respective stores, ability to buy/sell items,sort items, list products for sale, adding/managing events and calendars,private messaging system area for custom requests,shopping cart, geo-location blog functionality, and for community interaction, e.g.[/url] and so forth.

The kind of site I'm talking about will be built using PHP (which webassist already uses) and MySQL and Webassist CMS for back end and front end work.

The most important items are functionality and the ability to easily enable users to customize the look and feel of the website. A format that can be used to create communities based on specific products or services. From my experience, Webassist has most of, if not, all the extensions and solutions to implement 99% of these features.

This is why I would like to know if it's possible to build an online marketplace community with shop related sites like or using webassist extensions and solutions? If this is possible, what would be the appropriate platform? Any other recommendations? Can Ajax be used with webassist products? What about ideally using jquery as a javascript framework? Would I even need jquery as a javascript framework to work with Webassist products? If not what's the preferred choice?

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