"List eBay items" widget
This page only applies to users of the Jadu® content management system.
Most local authorities will have lots of things to sell. Souvenirs from the Tourist Information Office, surplus furniture and materials, used IT equipment, perhaps even theatre tickets and sports pitch bookings.
They can go on eBay but your items need maximum exposure, and this eBay listing widget can do just that to the thousands of local people who visit your site every day.
- List items you have posted on your eBay selling account
- Filter items by a query
- Choose a sort order
- Users can click through to eBay for more details about the item or to make a purchase
- Enter your eBay seller ID, query and sort order in the widget settings dialog in your cms - no coding needed!
What does it look like?
This is an example. It doesn't show typical local authority items but hopefully you'll get the idea. The actual appearance is determined to some extent from your site's style sheet and by a widget specific styles.
Widgets are customised to suit the customer's requirements, Jadu® cms version, setup and styling. Installation is by TopCode's developer and this requires temporary access for TopCode to parts of your cms. Widgets are installed through the cms and do not alter the Jadu® cms source code.
After installation, your webmaster uses the cms to put widget instances anywhere where they are required. Each instance can be configured using widget settings.
Requirements vary between customers and systems, so charges are by quotation. Charges include installation and maintenance for 1 year. TopCode is not registered for VAT.
Your licence to use any TopCode code lasts indefinitely. You may modify the code for your own use, but you may not pass it on to third parties.
Alternatively TopCode can provide services at an hourly rate, if required through your preferred agency staff supplier.
Interested? contact us