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I need to develop a structure like the one that appears in the following site: http://www.autoic2.com

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  • Clicking an image, showing the related content
  • Clicking in that new content, showing the details

The possibility to have a backoffice would be the ideal.

I'm searching since this morning, but until now, didn't found something usefull to help me with this situation.

Any available script that you know, so i can modify or learn from it?

All suggestions are welcome.

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This smells of 'not a real question' – rlemon Mar 19 '13 at 15:53
Unless you have an idea of how you want it to work, there is really nothing special about this arrangement. Most product sites work this way. – Itai Mar 19 '13 at 19:05

If your looking for an easy way to administrate the website using a 'back office' then what you want is a CMS 'Content Management System'.

It's hard to tell if you want 1 page > next page > details page or if you want a popup window on the 2nd page so I'll cover both and assume you mean both. Basically any CMS will have deep pages so if you want 3 or even 100 pages deep then any CMS should be able to handle this. If you want to open a MODAL window then you can use jQuery to achieve this.

Check out jQuery Modal, its worth mentioning that the CMS examples I provided will have plugins/modules prebuilt without any additional coding.

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Also look into Magento, it seems to be the go to CMS for product and eCommerce websites, so it might be a good fit for this particular usage. – Stephen Ostermiller Mar 20 '13 at 15:24

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