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Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
Must know formatting with css styling and mobile responsiveness. A little knowledge on SEO. Can do the following task. Integrate HotJar for heat mapping and screen recording Include support chat Replace all blurry icons Improve sharing box design to stand out more. Overlapping business boxes [home page] Improve Loading Speed Improve how non/not-logged-in user accesses shared businesses before and after registration/log-in. Currently user has to register/login and then click again on the shared link. Thumbnail previews, full image on zoom. Create integrated coming soon/registration page that users with invitation code can bypass Video tutorials/information pop-ups Bug fixes from Weeks 1 - 3 + Additional Bugs. Browser Testing Mobile Testing Speed Testing
Skills: jQuery CSS3 Website Development
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $75 - Posted
I need a WordPress based e-commerce website to display photographs and sell prints of photographs using PayPal for payment processing. The most important thing is that the process for adding new products for sale has to be simple and should happen through the WP admin interface. To start with, there will be about 35 photos to add to the catalog of items for sale.
Skills: jQuery CSS HTML5 JavaScript
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
. - STRONG understanding of the wordpress themes and plugins. - Understanding and experience with JavaScript/JQuery, HTML/CSS - Understanding of linux web hosting environment and cPanel - Comfortable working on existing codebases Added bonus: - Experience integrating with REST/JSON API
Skills: jQuery CPanel CSS HTML
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
Seeking an experienced long-term developer who will report to the CEO of a growing web company. This role is a long-term hire for the company to be a part of the leadership team. Please submit your resume and additional work portfolio with your application. Technical Requirements: - Expert LAMP developer capable of developing sophisticated applications to reside within SaaS platform - Expert in Yii Framework and willing to review the code of junior developers and provide code comments to assure optimal code quality - Expert Full stack developer (front-end and back-end) - Expert in bitbucket and git - PHP, Bootstrap, Yii Framework, HTML, CSS, and Web Development expertise Experience and Qualities: - Experience in creating exceptional front-end UX results - Ability to transform business requirements and ideas to action without much supervision - Deadline driven, prompt communication, high-output, and quality-first work ethic - UX forward design and thought leadership to suggest alternatives for best outcome - Adhere to clean code quality standards and manage others to such standards - Management experience working with developers, QA, and product manager/stakeholders - Ability to create user friendly interfaces to query system data - Willing to identify areas for continuous improvement and implementing changes proactively with little to no supervision - Experience working with API (Facebook, Instagram, Google, Dropbox) - Experience with matching algorithm based sites (like dating sites) is highly favorable - Experience in developing programs targeting 18-24 years old users favorable All development is centralized on Bitbucket under private company repository. JIRA will be used and must be promptly maintained Daily check in meetings expected with CEO and/or delegate Must follow clean, orderly code principles Performance based bonuses available.
Skills: jQuery AJAX Amazon Web Services AngularJS
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
Looking for a expert in Dokan Plugin, who is able to EDIT front-end and back-end to suit my personal project needs. Must have experience in customising features of dokan, front-end and backend. Requirement - Highly Experienced with Dokan Plugin Customise and Edit Frontend and Backend of Dokan Plugin Adding Extra features to Dokan Plugin Input Ideas and systems to align with project goals Able to recommend plugins to suit project Can edit and customise WOO COMMERCE PLUGIN Project description - - Need design to be similar with to "Wish.com" as a frontend. (www.wish.com) - Dokan Multi-marketplace is the backend. (www.dokan.com) - SELLER and BUYER view needs to be customised, so it's IMPORTANT for a team to have previous Dokan Experience. - Armor Payments needs to be integrated as buying system (http://www.armorpayments.com/) - Crowdfunding basic functionality "www.kickstarter.com" Provided - Dokan plugin Armorpayment access Looking for possible partnership - will talk more. Thanks
Skills: jQuery CSS CSS3 HTML5
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Having knowledge of Workbench (https://www.drupal.org/project/workbench) will be helpful. I have 5 content types that can be created and sent through the workbench transitions of draft, open, closed via moderation. This part is complete. I use different views to group/display specific pieces of content using different filters. I need some additional views created: View 1 1. The amount of time a piece of content spends in each of the first two workbench transitions before finally coming to rest in the final transition (closed). 2. Have the ability to pull average by buyer for total orders and by form type (i.e. How long do appliance forms take vs. parts forms or flooring forms. 3. Pull a report outside of a specified number of hours or days (i.e. pull all forms that were in open for longer than 72 hours) Views 2 and 3 use proprietary terms to create things very similar to View 1. We will go over those while demoing the installation. The right candidate will receive continuous support to complete the project in a timely and efficient manor. More work is available.
Skills: jQuery Drupal
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $300 - Posted
This is a short-term project for troubleshooting and fixing bugs in a custom wordpress/woocommerce/moodle integration that we have. The primary phase of the project is done, but there are a couple of remaining bugs that we are having trouble squashing and we need some fresh eyes on the project. There are two main things that are keeping us from really marketing this the way we need to: Custom cart/enrollment form: We have a custom shopping cart/enrollment form where customers can add moodle courses, create/select users for the moodle site, create/select additional users who will receive email notifications for progress (more on this later), and finally, pay and checkout. The problem is that when using the Stripe payment gateway, the form will complete/close without calling the stripe payment gateway. There is a button on the bottom of the form that should reflect the selected payment method, saying either “Proceed to PayPal” or “Proceed to Credit Card”, but it sometimes says “Place Order”. When it says “Place Order” - Stripe does not work… it does not open the pop-up. The form completes, but the order is stuck in “Pending Payment” and, of course, the ‘student’ is not enrolled in the course even though (to the customer) it looks like the transaction was successful… although they did not enter any payment information. We tried the in-line Stripe payment form, but we started getting js/JQuerry errors with that. Also, (probably not related to the custom form) We had a problem when a customer’s card was declined for no known reason and the cart did not inform her that it was declined. Email notification reports: We have 3 things that get emailed to customer selected contacts: Completion Reports (Consisting of a report of the activities done in a course, and a completion certificate), Daily Reports (a report of a user’s daily activity if they’ve had any), and Usage Alerts (not implemented at this time). The reports themselves seem to be working, but we are getting inconsistent results with receiving the emails in our testing. Also, daily reports are using UTC time instead of Los_Angeles time despite being specified in the .php files themselves. As you can see, two main issues with a couple more minor things that are more or less related to them. If needed, more detail can be provided.
Skills: jQuery JavaScript MySQL Programming PHP