View Full Version : Freelancer wanted to render a website.

02-19-2009, 04:23 PM
1) Project Details: (be as specific as possible):

Hard to explain in writing, so please see the link below that offers
a complete PDF file of what the site will look like:


2) Payment Amount:

Up to $500

3) Payment method/ details (Paypal, check? Timeline?):

Usually a check, but that can be negotiated.

4) Additional Info (about project or potential bidders):

I've done work for this client before ... very easy to work with
and will provide you with all necessary photos, graphics, and files.
You won't need to do any graphics. This is an XHTML/CSS/PHP project
for coding and rendering valid XHTML.

02-19-2009, 05:06 PM
This is an XHTML/CSS/PHP project for coding and rendering valid XHTML.
A small doubt. Does that PHP part includes any gallery management or something like that? (From that PDF, I could see a 'contact form' only.) Anyway, I think I can do it for them.

02-19-2009, 06:26 PM
Abdura ...

It looks like they will have lists of books with images of them.
I'm just guessing that the list will change from time to time, so they would
need to be able to add/edit/delete from that list. I was thinking of a simple
flat-file database (or MySQL).

No mention of a database, but I'm thinking they will want that.

The navigation could be made easier with PHP too.
One file called "nav.php" could be included on the page(s) to alter the
action and look of the navigation ... sort of dynamic.

I am into a huge project, so I have to pass on this one.
That's why I'm looking for someone who might want this job.
They can do it how they want, without having to deal with a previous coder's stuff.

My estimate is about 10 hours of total work ... so a fee of $500 would be fair?
But that is negotiable between you and the artist. I'm just estimating that.

Again, let me know ...
If you want to talk to the artist (client) via email, PM me and I'll get you connected.


02-19-2009, 06:37 PM
I'm interested as well. $500 sounds reasonable. I'll pm you my email address.

02-19-2009, 08:26 PM
You can imagine how full my email box is getting ...

Because of the number of emails I'm getting, I'm just going to add names
to the artist's (my client's) list of possible programmers.

I thank everyone for their interest in this.
This forum is just beyond belief .. so many great people on here.

And it's too hard for me to pick the best candidate (the expertise is over the top).