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Website development for B2B

Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by sridzi11, Jul 17, 2017.

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  1. sridzi11

    sridzi11 Thread Starter

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    HI All,

    I want to develop a website for B2B ,which has login ,product display and client can place the order but no paypal.

    How to go about it ?Can i use any readily available templates or suggest any other way ?If coding let me know the best way to go which helps me to build using using the interfaces available.

    Thanks
     
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  3. andrea1

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    I am far away from coding. What about WordPress?
     
  4. sridzi11

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    Wordpress ..does it has all features which i want to implement has mentioned above?
     
  5. andrea1

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    Well, as far as I know, it is possible to create an online shop with WP. I am not sure regarding the PayPal but will try to figure out. Can you give a little bit more details on your B2B website, please?
     
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  6. AshtonAsh

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    Actually, you have 2 options. First one is to build your website using CMS (Content Management System) like Wordpress, Drupal, Joomla or else. But this means that you'll have a ready template and you won't be able to change it. These systems provide a wide range of layouts, that could be used, but would you be able the one that you need is still a question.
    And the second option is to build your website from scratch. This one would give you more possibilities to make your website unique and independent.
    So it all depends on your needs, programming expertise and budget. Here at DDI-dev we are used to building websites from scratch and it seems to work pretty well :D.
    Also, don't forget about things like responsive web design, SEO- and user-friendliness. I would suggest you read more about responsive design because it's really important in our modern society.
     
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  7. sridzi11

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    Yes offcourse i want a responsive one..i can develop from scratch but how about UI? Can we embed any templates n code??
     
  8. AshtonAsh

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    Yes, sure you can. It depends on what language are you going to use for your website. JavaScript has both internal and external templates. Or you can outsource the design part and you'll have your own template. As always, it all depends on what do you need.
     
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  9. sridzi11

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    Thanks..
     
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