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Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
Looking for an experienced freelancer to work on a Wordpress project involving GSAP animations. Graphics/vectors will be given but has to be knowledgeable with how to set it up with Wordpress - Divi Theme. ... Graphics/vectors will be given but has to be knowledgeable with how to set it up with Wordpress - Divi Theme. First, it will be icons to then complete entire JS based projects: Animated map & Animated logistic chain website.
Skills: WordPress CSS3 PHP
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
Looking to develop an educational learning management application prototype for secondary/high schools in Nigeria. After the development of the prototype then we will be looking into developing the fully functional working system. It will be an online web access system that would be customize to each schools preference.
Skills: WordPress .NET Framework C++ CSS
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I am looking for someone to work with me as a liaison to my clients. I am a small US based web designer and digital marketing consultancy (just me) and I am growing. I need someone that can do work with me, help me manage client projects and help get things done. If you have amazon.com experience thats a plus.
Skills: WordPress Adobe InDesign Customer service Google Apps
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
Hello, I already have a lawyer lead gen website with a lot of content on it but it looks outdated. I would like to make a new one in a wordpress template in such a way that I will not have to transfer all my plugins over and I will not have to transfer all the content over.
Skills: WordPress
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $40 - Posted
Hi, I'm looking for a plugin modification to be done for me, it's a series of small changes that I could do myself but don't have the time to do it at the moment. 1) Copy the functions from functions.php into the plugin so function can can be enabled/disabled as checkboxes on the settings page like http://i.imgur.com/GHx5lCm.png (VERY SIMPLE) 2) Change a few functions so instead adding/removing members to user levels via the level_id instead do it by the level name, all it needs to do is loop through the levels, compare level name and when the level name matches then grab the ID of that level. Re: http://codex.wishlistproducts.com/ (VERY SIMPLE) 3) Add a "popover" (popup inside the page) using our website's style popups (I can give you examples once I hire you) asking them "Would you like to change your "Display name" from xxxxx xxxxx to xxxxxxx?" From first name + last name to username, it would have 3 options, "Yes", "No" and "Ask me later", there would also be a small X in the top right of the popover which is obviously a close button, if they click the X or "Ask me later" it would hide the popup for that user for 30 days, if they click yes then it would change it, if no then it wouldn't change it but it would mark that popup to never appear for that user again. *I ALREADY HAVE A WORKING WAY OF CHANGING THEIR DISPLAY NAME* (SIMPLE) 4) One small non-plugin modification to fix a small bit of JS so that on a mobile device clicking part of a page changes the appearance of a different part (SIMPLE)
Skills: WordPress CSS HTML JavaScript
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $40 - Posted
Hi, We're looking for a plugin to be made (if possible) or if not, a modification to change how WishlistMember works in regards to Existing Members signing up again. 1) If their email already exists in the database instead of redirecting them to the "I have an existing account" page it should forcefully link the temporary account and their account together without needing them to "login" again. 2) Similar to above but just if they are logged into an account, forcefully link the temporary account to the account they are logged into. - If they qualify to either of the above then they should be checked to see if they have a confirmed subscription of any type, if they don't then they should be redirected to the ordinary page. - If they already have an active paying subscription of the same type then they should be told that they already have an account and redirected to the ordinary page. Pretty simple, I can provide a much more detailed explanation if need be. Thanks
Skills: WordPress HTML JavaScript PHP