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Old November 23rd, 2014, 01:37 AM
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Hello,
how hard is to create a website where users need to sign up before they use it?
And not only that, but the sign up to require a credit card transaction
What I am trying to do is a website for a music class where:


1)students have to sign up for a semester by paying with a credit card
2) the subscription lasts only for a semester, after the final exam (end of semester) they don't have access to it .
3) teachers of the class sign in for free and use each a unique password
4) is it possible in order to avoid double logins with the same password to limit the sign in location only to one computer? I am afraid that students will share the password to save money!

If I am not able to do it myself, how much should I pay a programmer to incorporate these features into my website?
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Old November 23rd, 2014, 03:34 PM
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Hi there,

That's really hard to say. It's similar to asking:what does a car cost? The answer is: it depends. If you want a two-seater for some casual cruising, you pay a different price than if you need a big truck that can ship large containers cross-country.

My book Beginning ASP.NET 4.5.1 shows many of the concepts you need for such a site. However, it doesn't cover them all. For example, PayPal is not covered, and nor are time-based logins. However, you should be able to lay a good foundation and discover how to implement the remaining functionality yourself. Something like a PayPal "Donate / Pay" button is really easy to implement, provided that you're willing to manually create / update your users in your system when a payment comes in.If you want a live-integration, things will obviously be harder to develop.

If you want to pay somebody to develop such a site, I would recommend writing specifications for all the functionality and then get a quote of 3 from different companies to get a feel for what they would charge.

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Hi Imar,
thanks for your reply.
I have already purchased the 4.5 beginning aspnet and I just checked the contents for 4.5.1 and looks very similar.
Do you think I should go ahead and purchase it?

Also if I write in details what I want in my website can I send it to you and get a quote from you? In other words how much would you charge to do what I ask?
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Hi there,

>> Do you think I should go ahead and purchase it?

No, if you have the 4.5 version, you're good to go.

>> can I send it to you and get a quote from you?

Nope, as I wouldn't be able to build it for you. Too much stuff going on right here....

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He already answered this question....a long time ago





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