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redroy
Nervous Wreck (II) Inmate

From: 1393
Insane since: Dec 2003

posted posted 07-01-2004 02:35

I have a new client that hosts on and uses Yahoo Small Business. I've designed the site and am ready to turn things over to them so they can add their products and such. The problem is they don't know how to... I want to make things as easy as possible for them because they will be updating and adding all the time. I've considered using Macromedia Contribute as I have used it with clients before but it seems like Yahoo should have something along those lines. I can't find anything besides Yahoo Site builder which just seems to be messy. I don't know if I'm just completely retarded or what but I can't find anywhere to contact Yahoo either. I finally sent a message that was supposed to be some sort of a comment and asked them the same questions (hopefully they reply). Anyways, if anybody has delt with or uses Yahooo Small Business or has any info at all I would be so happy Basically I want an easy way for my client to add their own products to their site. They can add them to the Yahoo database, it's just the code snipets for the page that gets them (and me!) nervous. The ideal thing would be to have a line of code that inserts all products in a pre-defined table where ever it's at. Or just a shopping cart program that can easily incorporate with Yahoo. Thanks for any input. Peace.

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JKMabry
Maniac (V) Inmate

From: raht cheah
Insane since: Aug 2000

posted posted 07-01-2004 04:13

Yahoo has a Dreamweaver extension:
http://smallbusiness.yahoo.com/bzinfo/prod/com/dmx.php

There is also custom RTML programming that makes the management of the store super easy via the catalog manager in the their Merchant/Small Business control panel, where they just add things to the catalog via their browser and hit the "publish" button and it all gets updated. RTML is heinous and poorly documented tho so get ready to spend some money to have it done if you'd rather go that route.

redroy
Nervous Wreck (II) Inmate

From: 1393
Insane since: Dec 2003

posted posted 07-03-2004 02:06

Thanks... Do you know of any tutorials for RTML programming? I can't seem to find any online ones.

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