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    Exclamation simple model to interact with .

    hello , im building a website for custom electronic repair and need some help . im not to sure what to call it , but i would like to build a model of a controller and have the consumer interact with it as they please ( change color , style , buttons etc ) real similar to the link provided . Controller Customizer, Modded Xbox Controllers, Modded PS3 Controllers .

    how may i go about doing so ?

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    im using wix.com to build my site as well .

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    If you look at the code for the Controller Customizer site, you'll see that all the options have php in the link - (e.g. /store/products.php?cat_id=1325 ) - this means that the information is stored in a database and a PHP file is used to call the information out of the database and write it to the page in the browser.

    I'm not sure you can do what you want on an online sitebuilder like wix. Those things have big limitations on what you can do, javascsrip and server-side scripting (probably PHP) etc., and you're going to need quite a bit of that do accomplish the interactivity you want to offer.
    Last edited by AlphaMare; Oct 15th, 2013 at 10:45 AM.
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