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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $2,000 - Posted
Looking for a great web developer to help two female founders get their travel wear company off the ground. After being essentially swindled by another web dev person, who built them a strange and unshoppable site, the team wants to quickly start over and build from the ground up- funds are a bit tight but this is a great and potentially ongoing activity.
Skills: Website Development Magento Web design
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $3,000 - Posted
I'm looking for a developer to help me build a website. Currently, all APIs are built I have wireframes and supporting documentation This website is intended to be lite and fast You will be responsible for design and development of the entire site. I need your skills and talent. Attached is a snippet of what you may be working on. It includes samples of possible dialogs used in the design elements. To be considered, please include your estimated price and a portfolio. I prefer to work with someone on an on-going basis. This project will be long-term.
Skills: Website Development Java Web design
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $250 - Posted
Looking for a php developers that can 1. take some sample property data from our mysql database. [Just a few sample fields] 2. Format the sample fields as xml or json (required by Rightmove) 3. Post the XML/JSON file (probably using CURL) to Rightmove. 4. In conjunction with Rightmove test the whole process works. We are in contract with Rightmove's datateam who support the prototyping and test process and provide the security-certificate needed as part of the datafeed process. The Rightmove API data is here-->. OPTION1: There is a great Rightmove datafeed (library based solution) at GITHUB which you could implement and test on our server. or OPTION2. We have also been given sample CURL scripts by Rightmove which are an alternative to using the library above. Note : what we are looking for here is expertise NOT someone to do all the grunt associated with creating property input forms or developing 'full scope' xml/json files. What we seek is someone with the expertise to develop a test script that takes a small sample of our property data and uses that to successfully set up the datafeed. After successful testing with Rightmove we will extend your script to include additional fields. [Of course if the preference is to use the library above most of the datafeed grunt is already done anyway].
Skills: Website Development API Development CURL MySQL Programming
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
**Looking for an experienced contractor with good feedback. Successful applicant must have a portfolio showing sites they have created** **Please give your estimation of the hours involved in completing the job with your application** I need to add a contact form at the bottom of each blog post on It's just a one page site with a blog section added under menu link 'Resurser' []. The home page of the site is created with a 'Visual Composer' theme, then the blog uses a different theme. I think the previous contractor used a plugin that allows the use of the two different themes on the same URL. (That's not ideal, but I'll be doing a redesign of the site in a couple of months to clean it all up - So for now I just want to hack it together and get it working) Contact Form: I want to add a form that looks as similar as possible to the one on the home page at the bottom of each post on the blog. I also want it to be there for each new blog post we make. See screenshot attached. I say 'that looks like' because the previous contractor who added the blog tried to take the Visual Composer form from the home page and put it on the blog, but couldn't get it to work cause the changes were overwritten when VC updated itself. So I think the best way might just be to create a new form that looks pretty much the same as the one on the home page. Google Tag Manager: Also need to add the Google Tag Manager code from the home page to the blog. It should be added to all existing pages on the blog and to each new post that created. I'd like this job completed COB next Monday (25/7/2016) Cheers, Jeff
Skills: Website Development Web design WordPress