View Full Version : Senior Developer/Designer for OSCommerce Projects

03-05-2009, 11:50 PM
1) Project Details: (be as specific as possible):

Two projects adding functionality to existing OSC sites. Requires senior level php/OSC developer with plenty of history working with OSC. Additional graphics design backround helpful.

Current Site Hosted on dedicated RHEL4 server. Slightly modified OSCommerce 2.2, PHP 4.4.7, MySql 5.0.2.

Current site sells learning products on CD & Cassette formats, 54 different products, one vendors products. New additions provide for two different vendors and 4 different product formats for the same 54 products with a custom product page.

New additions to existing site:

Addition of new “Page wrapper” common to all new and existing pages, including checkout pages. Includes Header, Footer, page background & Left Column.

Two new pages to be added to existing site: new Home/Landing Page, new Product Page w/Lightbox. New Home/Landing Page both have same layout with a “content area” that has dynamic content(HTML marketing copy based on incoming URL).

New Product Page displays basic product info for chosen product. JQuery “Lightbox” will be used instead of product drill-down pages and breadcrumbs for choosing product format.

Will need to make certian items database driven, such as product info and marketing copy, and based on incomming URL.

New Left Column will have a JQuery "folding listbox" to choose product type.

2) Payment Amount: Hourly or Fixed bid

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

4) Additional Info (about project or potential bidders):
This job requires expert level PHP, SQL,JQuery & OSC experience.
Prefer freelacer, but will consider dev firms.
Proficient hand coding HTML,CSS,Javascript. Proficient with Photoshop layers, slicing, ect.
Expertise working in a Linux enviornment, apache config, permisions, ect.
Can pass a backround & drug screening check.
Can work remotely with verifiable past work history & references.
Strong Graphics Design backround a big plus.
Local to Southern California a plus, but not required.