Hello, I'm about to start work with a client and they would like a cost calculator on there website. What I mean by this is, it has a form, where by the person viewing the website can choose between two different times of the year (which has a seperate basic rate) then a calculation is done by the script of how many miles between the UK Postal Codes imputted into the form (there will be 3 postcode inputs on the form)
I'm about to start work with a client who owns a classic car, and is looking to do wedding car hire. What they would like to do is have a 2 basic rates which is selectable from a List Menu. One being between April & October, the other being between November & March.
Once one of the options is selected, it then has a basic cost stored prusumablely in a variable. (I dont know, just an idea, if you have a better way, please do surguest it) then I need to be able to have 3 different inputs for the postal code and the script works out how many miles the journey will be, charged at a rate per mile on top of the basic cost.
The form should look a little bit like this I should imagine (like I said earlier, I'm open to surguestions)
<form id="form1" name="form1" method="post" action="">
Date of Car Hire
<select name="select" id="select">
<option value="Please Select" selected="selected">Please Select</option>
<option value="April to October">April to October</option>
<option value="November to March">November to March</option>
<p>Initial Pickup Postcode:
<input type="text" name="initialPostcode" id="initialPostcode" />
<input type="text" name="churchPostcode" id="churchPostcode" />
<p>Reception / Venue Postcode:</p>
<input type="submit" name="button" id="button" value="Submit" />
I understand this is going to be quite a complex script and was wondering how much it would cost me.
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