Add a master page and then add at least 3 content pages to make an Online Shopping site. However, you may modify the design of the site with more than 3 content pages.
master page provides the site title, logo, header, site navigation
menu, and footer of your signature for all pages of the site. Add
App_Themes folder with css files to style the pages. Please use any
farm prodcuts (fruits, trees, etc.) as items for sale.(I will provide you with the logo and the signature in the footer)
Home page introduces the site and shows multiple products with item
name, description, unit price, and allow purchase quantity to be
entered. Show at least 4 items to be ordered. The selected items will
be added into a shopping cart. The cart can be an array list of item
The user may
preview the shopping cart by selecting "View Cart" from navigation menu
and an order summary will be presented. Items may be modified (remove
and quantity update) at this view cart page. Multiple items can be added
into the cart in multiple times by going back to the home page.
menu also has a Check Out link which will ask the customer to enter the
buyer information. Use ASP.NET MVC validators to verify the input
textboxes. Use a submit button to present an invoice at the bottom of
this check out page. And a confirm button will clear the shopping cart
and return to home page for next transaction.
recap, the 3 links on the navigation menu are (1) the Home page with
item selections, (2) the view cart page which allows remove and change
quantity for items, and (3) the check out page which receives buyer
info and shows invocie.
programming details: Use the same Master Page for the 3 content pages.
Use seperate CSS files to style the pages for layout and color. Use
theme folder to hold the CSS files. Use an ArrayList data type session
variable to hold the shopping cart across pages (refer to the attached
file). Add "Using System.Collections;" at the top of C# code to enable
the usage of ArrayList data type.
Note: You must have a minimum of 3 content pages. Do not use a single MultiView page.
Do NOT use any
template, even the default template.
Use a database to retrieve and display products information.
Use ASP.NET MVC to build the site.