We need a menu for a deli/salad/smoothie restaurant. Their current site is at [[url removed, login to view]], but we are redesigning it (you are not responsible for any design work in this bid). Almost everything you can think of needs to be updatable through an admin area; the hours of operation of two different locations, menu items, daily specials, types of smoothies, desserts, prices. One thing I want to look into, is a way to have online ordering, where the person goes through the site, orders a sandwich, then it automatically asks you what bread you want (with a default bread chosen), and then an ingrediants list pops up (which will be the same for each sandwich/salad) with all the items that are on the sandwich already checked. Then a person can uncheck the ingredients they don't want on there, and maybe add an ingredient.
There will be prices for everything that will have to be added and a sales tax. I then want the order emailed to a fax machine. I am not sure what our options are for that, I have looked that up in the past and it seemed possible. Let me know if you know anything about that.
Look at the site [url removed, login to view], we want to do something similar to that. The user will have the option to pay online with a credit card, or pay when they come pick the order up or when the delivery person delivers the food. Also, this file [url removed, login to view] needs to be dynamic. So when the owner of the restaurant changes the list of ingredients, this file needs to be changed as well as the html files. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks for your time! Mike
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