Creating Advisory Site

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Experience Level: Expert
I'm creating an Spiritual Advisory site using Ravennuke CMS, Zen Cart & Help Center Live. As my knowledge of code is rather basic, I am looking for someone who can help produce a seamless site.

My current plan is to assign each Advisor a profile page with corresponding links to feedback, live chat, and the purchase of their services from that page. I have thought of two ways of doing this either by assigning Profile pages using the Contents module of Ravennuke or by using Zen Cart but this currently doesn't work in the way I'd want it to. (please read further down for shopping cart requirements)

I basically need help with code to create the following on the site -

SHOPPING CART
I would like Zen Cart modified if possible to provide the following.

1) The facility to accept One off PayPal payments and Subscriptions.

2) The facility to accept payments into MULTIPLE PayPal Accounts and not just one PayPal account as most shopping carts seem to do. (Each Advisor will be receiving payments for their services directly to their individual paypal accounts)

3) After payment is made I'd like the system to redirect the Client straight to the service purchased, that will be either an Email Request Form or Live Chat.

4) I'd like the login to be bridged between all applications (Ravennuke, Zen Cart & Help Center Live) so that Clients don't have to keep logging in.

FEEDBACK SYSTEM
The Reviews module may be suitable to create a feedback system but as it stands, it sorts alphabetically and I'd like it to sort by Advisors Names. It may be that all that needs re-writing is the array code in the index file and possibly making a change in the database.

LIVE CHAT SYSTEM
I am thinking of using Help Center Live for Live Chat, but I would need help with code to provide each Advisor with their own corresponding online/offline buttons on their profile pages and also to bridge the login with Ravennuke so that the Client doesn't have to login twice.

I'd like to keep the site W3C compliant, so would prefer to work with a developer who ensures this. I don't have a strict deadline but I am aiming to have the site running by late August.

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