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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $4,000 - Posted
Need to find a professional team to migrate our website from Magento 1.9 to Magento 2. Please contact me if you have already finished migrated any website. In the current website. there are many features are customized. Need to sign SLA before start.
Skills: MySQL Administration CSS3 HTML HTML5
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
We host around 30 websites on a dedicated centos server all using Wordpress. I need you to check the server and sites for malware / hacks and secure and also same for the wordpress sites. Work will be on going and long term. You must be server expert and also a wordpress expert and have fixed things like security, malware and plugin conflicts.
Skills: MySQL Administration Application Server Malware WordPress
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
We're looking for a candidate that is an expert in PHP with expertise with AWS Developer Tools/Cloud Scaling, MySQL, User account management, Braintree API/payment systems, analytics/mixpanel, Oauth, and has experience with web based applications. ... Test: Please create a simple website with a sign up and login field using MySQL and php. Authenticated users should be taken to an example success page.
Skills: MySQL Administration AJAX Amazon Web Services Git
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
We are looking to create a platform like lumosity.com. The content should be videos - not games. Lumosity works with Ruby on Rails. Customer Journey and Mockups are ready. Your role is to set up the technical concept. In best case we are working together in the execution.
Skills: MySQL Administration CSS HTML5 Ruby
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
We're looking for (eventually) long-term, part-time assistance with a remote access project called DataConsulate.com (www.dataconsulate.com which we call "DCIII"). The application is largely built, but was not fully completed even though we have many "live" clients using the application at this time. Background: we lost our lead programmer several months ago but are eager to resurrect the project again soon. We have on-site front-end assistance available via staff, but are interested in getting back-end support. Craigslist has not proven helpful, so we are trying Upwork. The "DCIII" application *was* working but is not now working after another UI programmer gave us new skins. We were given no notice around the turn of the year... the lead programmer just walked out (mental health issues, and, his girlfriend left him). While we are sympathetic, the project has languished without the support of someone who really understood web-based development. Further, here in Upstate New York, finding such talent has been an equal challenge. The application is mostly written in PHP and JavaScript, with inclusion of libraries such as Node.js. The backend is SQL based with our database already set-up. This is a very dynamic website with many user inputs. Additionally, there are add-on features that include other white-label or third-party services such as SmartyStreets.com, a pre-built email module (connected to MailChimp commercial services, currently not working), etc. By mid-August, we hope to have the application working again... it doesn't have to be perfect, we just want it to work so that we can get our bearings and start finishing the "To Do" list of features and functionality that we have. What we need from you -- first initial steps include: 1. getting help to have the application set-up locally (on a virtual Linux server) so that we can review code and make changes not in a live environment. This is also important because we need to start filing out the GitHub tasklist of items and re-setting benchmarks. 2. reviewing the GitHub account and seeing where the Linode.com remote server code matches, and doesn't match, the Github code. (Note: you would need to be invited to the GitHub account: https://github.com/DataConsulate3). Bottom Line: it is clear to us now that our live website code does not match GitHub code. 3. cleaning up the Linode server to identify which files are "live", which are "test" and which are other. 4. working with an on-site Intern, Mr. Edward Wang, to get working on reviewing minor problems with the site and taking steps to solve resulting issues. Once we achieve these, then we can start posting the GitHub tasks again that are necessary to move the project to fruition. What is DataConsulate.com supposed to do? Great question. DCIII is supposed to manage large amounts of custom information so that clients can use their data, via the modules, for multiple tasks such as data entry, data hygiene, direct-mail, email, fund-raising, data analysis and report creation and goal-setting: (a) easy data management (e.g. sorting/filtering data) including address verification & duplicate removal tool; includes record history; (b) direct mail (via a simple "wizard" that helps select a filtered list and sends the mailing request to our Project Management department at Cornerstone Services, Inc.); (c) email (via a pre-built module with a MailChimp back-end with simple HTML templates); (d) reports (such as Avery pre-made label formats, goal-setting progress charts, stock fund-raising reports) (e) goal-setting (simple, pre-built "goals" such as how many emails you have vs. how many do you want to go get, or, how much money do you want to raise vs. how much you have raised) (f) fund-raising (module already built, it just needs to be re-reviewed again). (g) calendar (again, already built, but needs to be tied into goal-setting) Yes, this seems like a lot, but a lot of this was already built. When we got the new "skins", our former lead programmer didn't leave us many clues on how to tie all this back together, so here's where we need the (immediate) help. Although we are a small, modest office, we do have on-site support staff to assist. Godspeed, Godbless and thank you.
Skills: MySQL Administration JavaScript PHP
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
I NEED A LANDING PAGE CREATED TO ATTRACT HOME BUYERS. I'VE GONE ONLINE TO SEE VARIOUS PROGRAMS BUT WANTED TO HAVE SOMETHING UNIQUE. I WORK FOR A MORTGAGE COMPANY NOW WHERE THEY PROVIDE US A WEB PRESENCE BUT NOT REALLY. I NEED SOMETHING THAT WOULD BE MORE GENERIC TO ATTRACT SOME OF THE QUESTIONS HOMEBUYERS MAY HAVE. SUCH AS HOW MUCH CAN I AFFORD? WHAT DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS ARE AVAILABLE? ETC. I BELIEVE THE LANDING PAGE IS A GREAT PLACE TO START WITHOUT BUILDING AN ENTIRE WEBSITE.
Skills: MySQL Administration HTML HTML5 JavaScript
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
Looking for an individual or company with experience installing and customizing shopify stores.. Types of tasks include but are not limited too -Finding product images, descriptions, SKU's and uploading them -Adding popular plugins and apps -Customizing the stores, product categories, etc -Setting up stores from scratch Need someone that is committed, has a sound understanding of PHP, HTML, shopify stores and plugins. If you read it till the end then write +read on the title of your application.
Skills: MySQL Administration Data scraping Shopify