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    new website development sequence

    Hello there!
    What am I missing (or not) in web development sequence? Please educate, correct me. What to pay attention to? Give me tips, advice. Many thanks!

    1) choosing and registering domain name (for product and domain name association)
    2) registration of company locally with the same product name (if possible)
    3) wireframes
    4) graphics design of website look
    5) choosing platform, bootsrap, wordpress, etc. (the new website will require e-commerce, small range of product sales)
    6) coding
    7) e-commerce, cart integration
    8) testing

    ​(if possible could someone expand each point in more detail?)

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    It should go more like this:

    1) choosing platform, bootsrap, wordpress, etc. (the new website will require e-commerce, small range of product sales)
    2) registration of company locally with the same product name (if possible)
    3) choosing and registering domain name (for product and domain name association)
    4) wireframes
    5) content strategy
    6) graphics design of website look
    7) client approval of design
    8) graphics design of website look
    9) client approval of design
    10) graphics design of website look
    11) client approval of design
    12) coding (ecommerce integration is part of this)
    13) testing
    14) coding
    15) testing
    16) coding
    17) testing
    18) coding
    19) testing
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    Urgent. I need another help, advice.
    I am knowledgable in HTML and CSS, but I don't have time coding a website myself though I urgently need to put together a small online store with 6 products. The deadline is so tight, two weeks and I have to have items selling off (eBay is not an option). While I am putting a decent self-managed website I need a temporary solution like tomorrow. I was thinking of Wix, Weebly, Google Sites, stuff like this. What do you guys know, what can you advise? Other alternatives? What if just buying a wordpress template with woocommerce installed (does such thing even exist? I only assuming)

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    Do a google search for "ecommerce website cloud platform"

    look at each of the top 10 results, choose any that offer a free trial, see if it works out for you

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    Anyone who wants to sell products and have an online store built "by tomorrow" is not worth working with, even as a temporary solution. Here are a few things you'll need to consider, and in very short order:

    1) Security. HUGE when dealing with selling things online. Not just "put up an SSL", either...making sure you're PCI compliant can be a major undertaking.
    2) A storefront to put the products.
    3) A design.
    4) A payment processing solution, and ideally more than one (e.g. PayPal Express Checkout/Authorize.net).
    5) Product shots.
    6) Product copy/info.
    7) Storing / organizing of any variants.

    Even with six products, that's a big undertaking. And that's only some of the stuff you need to think about.
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