How do i set up my site to be able to sell custom made product?

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i want to sell custom made jewelry. I have gemstones the customers will pick and then a form of how they want it made. So i need each order to show up with the beads they picked, how many, what kind of piece they want and the form showing how they want it made in each order. How can I do this?
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Anna Krause

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KanThaiDecor

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Can you share your site url and maybe we can come up with a few ideas....Seeing your product and how it is presented would help
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Anna Krause

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I haven't set up the url yet i am still setting up the site and i don't want to make it public till it is done.
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Hi, Anna,

One suggestion would be to use a Wufoo form with Paypal integrated. To integrate PayPal into your Wufoo form, all that you will need is the email address that you use to log into your PayPal account. You will log into your Wufoo account, edit your form's Payment Settings, and enter that email address into the Email Address field. As this is a fairly new feature and most of the work needs to be done within your Wufoo account, that's all the information we can provide at this stage.

For a much more detailed and step-by-step guide, go straight to this Wufoo page that comprehensively covers this new feature: http://wufoo.com/docs/payment-setting.... Hope this helps!
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KanThaiDecor

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I think checking out the Wufoo form as Diane suggested would be your best bet....They are a good company I have used them for forms myself...PayPal Add To Cart buttons would have been another way to go but it sounds like you need many more options than they have to offer...As I said though keep your customer in mind so they are not confused and it stops them from buying.Even with the few simple options I have for some of my products I get calls from confused potential customers.
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ok but to tell you the truth i am a little web page retarded i am going to need step by step here
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KanThaiDecor

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Many of us here knew almost nothing about building websites when we started our sites....This is a great place to learn though.I will have a closer look at the Wufoo forms tomorrow ....I have not used them with the new PayPal option so I would like to check it out anyway.
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Nazlie

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Hi Anna

Diane has posted a link of a step-by-step tutorial of how to set up the Wufoo form with PayPal integration. Have you taken a look at the tutorial and gone through the steps? If so, where in the process are you having trouble?
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Anna Krause

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I went to the link and it didn't help at all but your right it is what i need. But how do i get it on my web page? where do i start? maybe i am reading the tutorial wrong but to tell you the truth i am just no good at this kind of thing i really need a list of instructions telling me what to do.
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Hello Anna,

After creating your form and setting up the PayPal integration, you would need to copy the HTML code provided to you by Wufoo and paste it into an HTML Widget. You may also want to take a look at this tutorial as a starting point: Adding Wufoo.

I hope that helps!
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Anna Krause

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HAHA! I got it thanks for the help. I will post the URL once i finish so you can see what you helped make. Thank you so much!