Note: I did the "functional" part that's white; someone else
did the design work for everything around that.
This was an extremely complicated program that I did for a national-level
website for owners to list commercial properties for sale and/or for lease and for buyers
to search those listings.
This shows the first page of an extremely powerful search criteria.
They can search for:
- One or more property types
- "National" OR [one or multiple states] OR [one or multiple
- Price range and/or size range
- And many other very sophisticated criteria (inner city vs. rural,
type of construction, etc.)
Users can sort the results any way they want to
Here are the results of a national-level search for all types of properties
Let's say you're interested in the most expensive properties. All
you have to do is click the blue arrow that points down in the
"Price" column and you'll get this:
This is completely my invention; I hadn't seen it on any website
before (though I have seen it once since then). Obviously, you can sort on any of
the columns, in ascending or descending order.
This is pretty standard for database-driven websites, but the good news
is that I know how to if you ever need this:
For good performance, the system only shows a limited number of
properties per page (registered users can control this on their contact
information page). You can see the next page of results by clicking
NEXT or you can go to the very last page by clicking 7, etc.
Do you need something like this? I can add this to any website that runs on
SQL Server. Please contact me
and I'll give you a free estimate.