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All fair points,
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You're still missing my point. If the server doesn't support TLS1.1+, then your httpd wouldn't work with your config. Period. Saying "you can fail back to RC4" doesn't apply because the webserver will not be running to begin with.

That's obviously true, what I was saying was that you could have your server supporting it and have it set as the preferred cipher and if the client does not you can use something else.
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You really don't want to force SSL3. That -specifically- is bad advice. The order of preference should be [TLS1.2, TLS1.1], TLS1.0 and if all else fails, SSL3. (TLS1.1 and 1.2 where host support is available)

That's what I meant to say, it came out wrong in my other post.
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I've created a number of eCommerce websites from the basic HTML/CSS site with the paypal add to cart buttons, to using Shopify, to working extensivly in WordPress. I created a site for my own "company" meaning cost of my time was no object. I would say I built a $10,000-15,000 site, but I also spent weeks and hundreds of hours working on it. I would say it was about 65 different products and thousands of variations on the products.
My suggestion when trying to decide how much to charge is:
  • Expect it to be a lot more difficult then you could imagine if you have no experience with ecommerce.
  • Don't charge the customer because you don't know what your doing, meaning charge per hour with the knowlege that a lot of that time will be wasted making mistakes and doing research.
  • Figure out the products, categories, and details ahead of time. Some ways of selling products are much simpler than others. If it is one product shipped as is with a certain stock. You can use a simpler method of sales. However is each product has variations in amount, size, color, ect. Plan that you will need to use a better setup.
  • Also keep in mind how much they can afford. An online ecommerce website will expect a direct correlation of their increase in sales based on how much they spend. Doesn't mean it's true but keep in mind their expectations.

I can tell you that I use WordPress, WooCommerce, and a high quality theme that supports WooCommerce. I would charge between $2,000 and $15,000 if they have under a 1,000 products keeping in mind that's what I would charge as an experienced designer/devloper.

If you can tell us more about the potential clients' products and your skill, I would be better able to scale the cost suggestion.
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People use WordPress for ecommerce? I feel like I've slipped into some weird and horrible parallel universe tongue.gif
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People use WordPress for ecommerce? I feel like I've slipped into some weird and horrible parallel universe tongue.gif

Of course, WordPress has come a long way. There are a few "battling" eCommerce plugins which is why I suggested WooCommerce. I've used it effectively.
post #25 of 25
Completely depends on what the customer is requesting. A simple paypal button type site, is just a bit. $3k+ for something with it's own transaction manager and inventory control.
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