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Create template for web links

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$30 - $250 USD
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Project Description

I'm in the business of selling automotive parts online. I have only very basic understanding on web design, and have managed to build a very basic website, but it lacks what is needed to direct potential customers to the correct parts that will fit their application.

I need what amounts to an interactive link in which a customer inputs the year, make, model, and engine and when the customer clicks the button "GO" at the end, the button will redirect the customer to another page based upon the values of the inputs that the customer has entered.

A good example can be found on [url removed, login to view], by clicking on "My Vehicles" near the top and then clicking on "Add a Vehicle" will display a menu. The AutoZone example however is more advanced than what I am looking for as it will filter certain results afterwards. I want one that does not act as a filter, but simply redirects to another page.

I need it to be as a template that I, being unskilled in IT, can easily modify to add or remove my products for vehicles as time progresses.

Also the possible inputs for each subsequent field must be dependent on the previous value.

Example: If a customer inputs that his vehicle is a 2010, he then has the option of picking "Pontiac" as the make for his vehicle, but if he had chosen 2011 as his vehicle, "Pontiac" would no longer be an option as the Pontiac brand was discontinued.

The same would be for the Model and Engine size as those change over the years. For example if the customer chose 2003 Chevrolet, he could not pick "Camaro", but he could if he chose 2002 Chevrolet.

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