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    PSD to HTML and a few things in between

    1) Project Details: PSD to CSS/HTML including some sIFR and SEO

    2) Payment Amount: 100-200. Open to negotiation

    3) Payment method/ details: Paypal.

    4) Additional Info:

    Hi, its my first post here, although I have lurked for some time. Id like to offer the following job for consideration.

    I have a design in PSD format and would like it sliced and diced into a valid table-less css format. It will display well in IE 6 but perfect in 7+, FF2+, Opera and on both PC and MAC. You will have to be able to sIFR the code as I am using a non web standard font. It will also have to conform with 508 and WAI-A (at least). If that wasnt enough im look for some competent SEO to go with the design. Not asking much am I

    I guess im looking for an all rounder, someone who can do it all. I'd also like to mention that im not looking for the chepest person to complete this work, but rather value for money.

    Thanks for reading.

    PLEASE NOTE: I have 'Resolved' this post as I have decided to go down the Wordpress track and see where that takes me. Thanks to all who viewed up to this point. Looking for a Wordpress Ninja now Great forum will be back soon.
    Last edited by Humidity; 10-01-2008 at 08:31 AM. Reason: to read better

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humidity View Post
    1) Project Details: PSD to CSS/HTML including some sIFR and SEO

    2) Payment Amount: 100-200. Open to negotiation

    3) Payment method/ details: Paypal.

    4) Additional Info:

    Hi, its my first post here, although I have lurked for some time. Id like to offer the following job for consideration.

    I have a design in PSD format and would like it sliced and diced into a valid table-less css format. It will display well in IE 6 but perfect in 7+, FF2+, Opera and on both PC and MAC. You will have to be able to sIFR the code as I am using a non web standard font. It will also have to conform with 508 and WAI-A (at least). If that wasnt enough im look for some competent SEO to go with the design. Not asking much am I

    I guess im looking for an all rounder, someone who can do it all. I'd also like to mention that im not looking for the chepest person to complete this work, but rather value for money.

    Thanks for reading.
    what is sIFR?

    regards

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    Hi, here is a more in-depth explanation of what sIFR is thanks to Wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sifr

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humidity View Post
    Hi, here is a more in-depth explanation of what sIFR is thanks to Wiki: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sifr

    Cheers
    I didn't heard about that until now, thank you,

    Edit: this and SEO don't work toghether

    best regards
    Last edited by oesxyl; 09-30-2008 at 11:55 PM.

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    Thanks for that, I actually would like to remove the SEO aspect to the original job. I'll have a go at that myself.

    I see that FontBurner uses the sIFR method for the fonts they freely offer. This may be a solution for this one aspect of my job request.

    Appreciate the response so far. Is anyone interested ??


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