View Full Version : JavaScript/HTML/CSS Expert Needed

05-19-2008, 07:55 PM
1) Project Details: (be as specific as possible): Have a JavaScript/AJAX-powered website that needs to have minor fixes done to it, ie there are some JavaScript errors and function problems that need to be fixed (very minor, quick and easy for experienced JavaScript expert).

The site is fully HTML/CSS with JavaScript. Would like the site to be looked over and made into valid HTML/XHTML and CSS (whichever is easiest for you) - basically just fix the errors that are given out by w3. (30 errors, give or take...easy enough for HTML/CSS experts).

Very easy project and quick money for experienced coders, rest assured.

2) Payment Amount: $110

3) Payment method/ details (Paypal, check? Timeline?): Willing to pay via PayPal, Escrow, or money order. Looking to pay once project is completed.

Will pay advance deposit to people with outstanding reputation and/or iTrader.

Looking to have completed within 5 days. The quicker, the better, and the faster you'll receive the money of course.

4) Additional Info (about project or potential bidders): I am looking for experienced JavaScript/HTML/CSS experts. I am looking for ONE person who is very experienced in all the above coding languages.

Please show me a portfolio of previous work if you are willing to take on this project.

If you have any questions etc, do not hesitate to ask them. I am looking for someone who is very reliable and dependable. Upon successful completion of this project, I may have other projects available for you in the near future! :)

Reply back with:
- Name (first name is okay)
- Previous work
- Estimated time of completion
- Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) okay?

Thank you. :thumbsup:

05-19-2008, 08:53 PM
PM sent.

05-20-2008, 12:33 AM
PM sent.
Thanks much, I have replied back to your PM. :)

For further clarification regarding the Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA), yes I will be providing you one via email or fax, and will require whomever I choose for this project to print and sign it (by hand) and scan/email, fax, or mail it over to me.