Picture Framing Code

Posted on 2003-03-06
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Last Modified: 2012-03-15

I'm currently developing a web page for a framing store.  I would like to get a hold of picture framing software along the lines of these:



Yes, I would like to link it with e-commerce.  My web server is a Linux box right now, so I would prefer something that will run on it.  The best I have found so far is:


For the most part, cost isn't important.

50 points to the best link (I'm poor on points...sorry)

Question by:snewo
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Expert Comment

ID: 8092423
I`m a custom framer myself and we use a program called 'frameready'.  You can find it at: http://www.frameready.com/

Hope this may help

Author Comment

ID: 8096668
I've visited that site already and I saw no mention of e-commerce (web-enabled) capabilites.  Do you use it in that respect?


Accepted Solution

homewabbit earned 100 total points
ID: 8096945
Hello snewo,

I must have misunderstood you.  Frameready is the software we use, it does not incorporate web-enabled capabilites.

Good luck
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Author Comment

ID: 8151733

Thank anyway for the help.   I decided to contract it out for development.  You're getting the points because I appreciate the help, but you're getting a "C" because it wasn't my actualy question.


Expert Comment

ID: 8471626
Here is a possibility:  Interactive FrameSoft from Side Webbing Internet Creations... a one-site non-exclusive agreement for the fully-functional software is available.


The application itself is 2-Tiered and driven by primarily by Active Server Pages with a Microsoft Access backend.  Cold Fusion is utilized in limited areas for uploading image files, and sending confirmation email messages.  The MS-Access backend could be transferred to a MS-SQL database relatively easy.  A MS-SQL database would have to be constructed to mimic the table structure of the existing design, and a single universal connection string within the application would also have to be modified.  The Cold Fusion areas could also be translated to ASP using CDONTS for email, and a third party such as SA-FileUP for uploading images.  The selected 2-Tiered architecture will work with generalized hosting solutions offering ASP/CF/Access/SQL plans.
There are two primary sections of the application: the public user site, and the administration module.  The public user site includes the digital artwork upload, virtual art gallery, interactive online framing tool, e-commerce shopping cart, and my account section for customers providing user detail and shipment tracking.  The password protected administration module consists of several sections to manage the public site:  The Materials Section is for modifying/adding/deleting artwork, frames, mats and their properties as well as defining mark-up percentages and shipping/foam core/glass/misc materials costs. The View Orders Section lists all orders and their status changes (New, Processing, Waiting To Be Shipped, Shipped/Closed). The Customer Accounts Section lists all website customers and their shipping, billing, account, and order information.  The Website Statistics area shows page views, visitors, referral information, trending information, etc.  The Financials Section allows the user to enter monthly expenses & view financial analysis by day, month, quarter and year.

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