Let me start off by saying we are a small startup in Austin, TX looking to take on the big players in the website builder space. We have our own proprietary website builder called "Nuvo" Web Builder". It's like Wix, Weebly, Squarespace or Go Central but waaaaay more awesome and easier to use and we're making improvements to it every day.
I'm looking for a few developers/designers with extensive experience using these types of builders (to shorten the learning curve on you learning our builder). We're launching Nuvo as soon as our team is in place, so you'll need to learn our builder before beginning work on client sites. In addition to our builder plans, we offer design services to our clients rather than just saying "build it yourself" we can build it for them (this is where you come in). We project at least 15-30 sites a week to start. Our design packages are aimed toward small sites so low plan is 7 pages and the top plan is 30 pages. Our builder is revolutionary and super easy to use which is why we offer our customers a 2-day turnaround time for the first draft on design services once they've gotten us all the assets and content for their website. We have over 120 themes in our builder so all sites you'd be building would be using our themes. With that said, we need the devs we hire to have a designer's eye as you will be responsible for setting up the client's site and laying out content in a way that makes each site look awesome. You also will be required to have a great working knowledge of CSS and HTML so things in the themes can be modified for the client's needs if necessary. If candidates have experience designing and selling custom themes that would be a huge plus. Also, we require every candidate to have great spoken and written English. No heavy accents that make you hard to understand.
All candidates that are chosen will be required to learn how to use the Nuvo builder and demonstrate that they know how to use it properly by copying/recreating a WordPress theme of our choosing using the Nuvo builder.
I'll need to be able to speak with anyone applying for the job as this is not something that can be done/learned through email only. I can do Skype, Slack or phone.
The current (over simplified) work flow for this job would be as follows:
1. Client provides all content, info, image and video assets, all log ins, URL's to connect social, theme they want to use, basically everything you need to build their site.
2. you take the form/content the customer submitted and layout their content in the theme they've selected and attach all the social profiles, etc. Using the themes layout and your design skill and possibly their old website as a guide
3. Once you're done, you submit the site for quality review/final checks, once reviewed, it's sent to the customer for review/edit requests.
4. Customer reviews the site and submits edit request form if needed (if we do our job right there shouldn't be an edit request) – different plans get different numbers of edit round top plan gets 2 rounds of edits
5. If edits are needed, we send you the edit request form and you enter all the edits the customer requested
6. Once edits are done you would submit the site, so the edits can be quality checked
7. Once edits are approved the site is submitted to client.
We are seeking a highly experienced web developer to create an OpenCart scraper module that is similar to Shopify's countless DropShipping modules. The developer can port an existing Shopify Drop-Shipping module to OC (there's free ones out there) or they can create their own scraper from scratch.
This is not a complicated project. There are countless data scraper frameworks out there all free of charge and/or Open Source. We have reviewed four that are OpenSource so for an experienced developer this should be a piece of cake. We are not fussy how the developer creates the scraper as long as the scraper does exactly what we want. Our requirements are very specific.
=== What we require ===
a) To use the module just like a Shopify DropShipping module where admin can see all the products available on our manufacturer's website.
b) We are only scraping our long-term manufacturer's site to import new products into our store. One website only.
c) Ideally, the scraper should function like a Shopify DropShipper module. From inside OpenCart's Extensions // Extensions // Product Scraper page >> admin clicks "Import Products" button and a new browser window will pop up that is already populated with our manufacturer's Alibaba site URL. From this new browser window we can randomly click on any product we want to Import into our OpenCart 303 Store - or, we can click on category links to drill deep into the Alibaba store to reach sub-cat products. Our manufacturer has first level cats with products inside these first level cats but this may change in the future.
d) All imported products should be held in an "Import Products Section/Page" where admin can edit each product on the fly. After editing the products, admin can select all products and click "Import To OpenCart" button and the entire Import Products List is "pushed" into our OpenCart Store >> Product Listing Page. Further on this, there will be times that admin will selectively import some products so multi-select is required (as oppose to only 'import 'all function).
e) By default, all imported products pushed into our OpenCart 3 store must be disabled. If you are familiar with OpenCart you'll know exactly what "disabled" means. This is a security measure to ensure we are not publishing duplicated content. We will manually enable all products from inside OpenCart.
f) Any product that has not been pushed into our OpenCart store remains in the Import Product List Page/Section until we either: a) import the product or b) delete the product.
g) We require no images to be ported - just text based information.
h) The data we require is:
h1) product title
h2) model number (ie: xyz-123/BK)
h3) product weight (ie: 0.126kgs)
h4) color (ie Black or Red)
That's it. Just 4 pieces of data is all we require.
Please quote accordingly and include an ETA for completion. The developer will be required to set up OpenCart 303 on his own development server and create the module (or port) there. The developer should thoroughly test his module before giving us access to it so we can test it ourselves.
Once we are satisfied the scraper does what its suppose to do, and all bugs are ironed out, we will request the module for installation on our own OpenCart dev store environment where we will again thoroughly test the module. If necessary, the developer can install the module hismelf. We will release payment thereafter accordingly.
Navigation Bar-to all drop downs for ease of finding products for customers
Shipping-automated to include GST and add cost based on customer postcode
**Product Customisation-set up program to allow customers to choose from variants to make characters, add accessories, customers then shown preview to confirm, we then print that character on product of choice (mug, tshirt, notebook, towel etc)
similar in set up to -https://www.toxicfox.co.uk/claireabella?utm_source=toxicfox&utm_medium=NAVIGATION&utm_campaign=NAVIGATION
Watermark images to prevent misuse
Also needs to permit for text (name, quote, year etc on various products)
Email-assistance with program to send emails that promote products and allow customers to click on images and be re-directed to page for purchase.
Reviews- set up photos with reviews chosen
Make website better for marketing and optimising product purchases.
DUE DATE FOR WEBSITE COMPLETION-.29.01.2019
COST- $600 USD
I have an existing web server with 1and1 running a standard LAMP stack. I need a Wiki installed and basic configuration including user and permissions and adding company branding logo.
The Wiki will be used inside the company for documenting procedures and training. I'm thinking of Wikimedia, but I am open to other Wikis. It will be standalone and does not need to interface with any other systems. The wiki will need to be web facing with a secure login to prevent visibility without authorization.
I'm looking to get it done as soon as practical. I'm not exactly sure how long this should take. I'm guessing under a week. I'd like to work with someone that is familiar with the particular Wiki software and would be able to support any future changes as well.
1 - Bug Fixing for Google Calendar synchronization: CRM has been customized and some issues raised for several users
2 - Finish pending customization on Calendar: edit default Duration value, change colors by Event Type + further small customizations
The Freelance must have experience with OpenERP/Odoo and Python, possibly version n° 10 and CRM module. Also some skills about Google side (API, syncronization etc.) would be appreciated.
Once fixed the bugs and finished customization, we will provide it to several companies, so the project hours are going to increase. We are evaluating long term contracts for developers, also from remote.
Help me find a solution to publishing a simple unity game onto my website (supported by all browsers)
We want to develop a web based platform for schools to use.
This will allow many schools to create accounts
we need ecommerce functionality
More details if you are intrigued.