Rural areas need to have access to the most essential services. Delivering those services to rural areas can be done through the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT). Considering the agricultural sector as one of the most important sectors in Malaysia, marketing agricultural products in rural areas is still achieved in traditional ways that do not employ the modern technology. This study introduces a new method for marketing agricultural products online that depends on visualizing the rural crops market for customers to expend the rural marketability. This study presents a WebCROPS prototype application for the case of Changlun, Kedah in Malaysia. WebCrops eliminates wholesalers, and focuses direct deals between farmers and customers.