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Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
We are looking for a long term remote ROR expert to help in our product development. Ideal candidate should be versed in concepts of ROR and Java Script. To start with we need to fix an issue in our application. More details will be provided after NDA is signed.
Skills: HTML CSS3 HTML5 JavaScript
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Hi there, We are looking for a Magento Developer to customize an existing website. Tasks will include fixing padding, buttons, popups, and embedded widgets. The current website is based off the 'Everything Fashion' theme, which can be seen here: Please bid your hourly rate but we will discuss and agree on a fixed price contract after you review the details.
Skills: HTML CSS Magento
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Just looking for someone to flip a site quickly for me. It's a 2 page site: Page 1: Landing page: Appears to be blank but mouseover element reveals random text/hyperlink variable from a list of 20. Large font. Black font. No underline. Absolute center align (horizontal and vertical). When you re-mouseover another random variable from the list is generated. All 20 text variables have the same hyperlink destination. Second page: Colour wheel (destination from previous page's hyperlink): Page also appears blank at first look, but mouseover reveals images on page. There are 12 segments in the colour wheel. Each segment is a hyperlink to a different destination webpage. See the attachment for rough wireframes. And feel free to ask any questions. This is it for now - it has the scope to become something bigger if the work is good and the rate is reasonable.
Skills: HTML CSS JavaScript
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
We have had our own inhouse CMS landing page builder (PHP) developed and have countdown timers on the page that run for 2 hrs with a product promotion offered at 50% discount, which then drops 5% per hour each time the timer reaches zero. Users can opt to StopTheClock by clicking a link (where we collect their town, email & first name) which we then hold their discount at the 50% rate for a further 8 hours. We have tried various off the shelf solutions & platforms for timers & countdowns though none work suitably for our solution. (Have tried the sync via the GUID network from, timer platforms; & ...and others). These are all based on 1 timer per page (for us that would mean x'000's of timers to manage based of 1 page promoting a product!) Currently have 1 timer for ALL our pages that start when the visitor initially lands on one. We're currently using an inhouse developed script, but due to Javascript the timers freeze. My platform developers are challenged on how to resolve all this and i'm looking for assistance by a top level dev-tech in creating our own timer solution / script. The other key point is the timers need to sync across a users estate of devices (computer, laptop, tablet & mobile), otherwise the discount loses credibility if users can simply open another browser or another device. This will require utilising IP & Cookie devices and GUID. Another consideration was to log EVERY login for each contact we sign up which could end up as a huge ever-growing DB (though Mongo DB could handle huge data with low resource & overhead. The downside is potential hosting cost for this on Linode. We're likely going to have to get users to initially sign up, then sign-in each time to ensure the timer is in sync across their estate of devices when on one of our landing pages. If you have worked in this area before and developed a reliable solution for timers...if this is up your street I would really like to hear from you! Only super-savvy-technical-guru-genius-devs to apply. Individuals. No companies. Thanks you and regards Andrew
Skills: HTML5 JavaScript MongoDB PHP
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We are looking for a firm or individual for front-end and back-end development of a Magento site, using the Ultimo theme. Back-end: -We need an intricate customization of bundled products, that include dependent products, and modified CSS to display on the front-end. -Integration with Quickbooks to upload products -(when the first two are done): Integration with FedEx/UPS, and Paypal/CC processor Front-End: -Design tweaks -Graphic Design for Category Pages -Analyze and improve UI
Skills: HTML Ecommerce Platform Development JavaScript Magento
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
You will be required to format the current content on​ 1. Creating and editing H2/H3/H4 tags for the respective Headings, Sub-Headings, and Inner Headings. This would include: a. H2 Tags: These are used for main sections. Make sure the SEO and wording is correct for each section. Not too long, but not too short titles that capture the attention of the reader. b. H3 Tags: Proper use of Sub-headings to split long content blocks into smaller, more understandable and easy to read content. c. H4 Tags: Proper use of H4 tags throughout the page, making sub-headings within H3 content if needed. 2. Format and create tables. Some pages have existing tables. You must clean these up and format them to fit the rest of the page. There may be some pages with information that would look better if it was put into a table. You will create a table from scratch for this information. 3. Format lists. Fix and create lists for necessary information. You must review the content to see if a bullet point or numbered list would be better. Please use 2 or 3 columns for very long lists. 4. Create and/or edit images. You will need to include images that go along with the overall content of each page. Basic/intermediate image editing may be required to create/edit images that fit the page’s themes and size. 5. Format long blocks of text. You will use the above duties in order to make a long block of text more enjoyable to read and follow. 6. Bold and Italics. Know when to use bold or italics to help the reader know what is important information. Bold usually works well to highlight important names, sites, etc. Do not use bold on everything. 7. Page Titles and Descriptions. Every page needs an appropriate Page Title and Description that accurately describes what the content is about while being properly SEO’d for Google. 8. Edit spelling/grammar. You will need to be able to fix simple grammar and spelling mistakes. We recommend installing the free add-on “Grammarly” to aid in this task. 9. Interlinking. Related content should be linked together from within the website. Don’t add too many links or it will crowd the content though. 10. Outgoing Links. If the content has no outgoing links, you should try to find 2-3 that back up the content and can be inserted into an appropriate place. Make sure to set outgoing links to “open in new tab” ​ English speaking and familiar with Wordpress. Must be able to work with a team and complete tasks in a timely manner. Be able to communicate any issues you have with tasks and also provide feedback.
Skills: HTML Content Management WordPress