Hi there everyone!
== Write a jQuery plugin that serves as a DOMElement factory with supporting HTML/CSS
You have a web application that adds orders to carts. Items in the cart can be displayed on a dedicated cart page, in a modal/dialog with cart contents, and in an expandable menu from a fixed footer (open to interpretation). These item lists should be detailed, somewhat informative, and summarized (respectively and based on context, so the 'expandable menu' should be minimal while the dedicated 'cart page' should have the most detail). The jQuery plugin should use the same method(s) to add items to each instance of the cart contents without the use of parameters that identify the context of the list that the item is being added to. HTML/CSS can be minimal and only needs to support displaying the items in a rudimentary (but functional) way.
== Create a simple HTML page that saves state
Sometimes a page requires a lot of application logic that changes the contents or functionality of the page drastically from its initial state. In this instance, instead of needing to reproduce steps to achieve the same results on subsequent pageloads, the page should effectively save its state so that reloading the page will not have an adverse effect on its contents or functionality. Page contents are arbitrary and left up to you.
We only have to do 2 out of the three options. Ideally I'd like to combine at least 2 of them into one document and make it an awesome assignment. If there's a way to combine all 3 that'd be even more awesome. Can you guys point to resources that ideally already have most of this created so I just have to merge it together and maybe make some of my own little markup? Or would it take very long for someone here to do 2 of these for me really quick? If the latter is an option, I'm willing to pay a little bit of money for your time.