Looking for an independant developer to realize a community web page design. This web page will have E-Coupons, Yellow Pages, Match Maker, Classified Ads, Polling system, Message Board (YaBB Gold), a scrolling ticker, a web advertizing system that can handle Banners, Tiles, and Advertorials, HamWeather Installation, a centralized username/login system that works with all other features of the website, user email, credit card processing, custom CGI page ripper to display local headlines from local paper, a movie listing system, with an admin backend that ties all features together, and allows multipl users. Trafic should be around 3000-5000 registered users. Prefer cgi but open to other options. Project slated for mid March, 2002, and has tight deadlines so it must be produced fast. Full design document and art work will be provided. The look, feel, and operation of the site is already determined, we just need the tallent to pull it off. ?lso, slightly modified freeware/shareware scripts are fine with us, as long as it meets the specifications in the design document. contact me personally at jond@[url removed, login to view] if you have any questions. Serious bidders only please NOTE: (Added 2-20-02) Just to avoid confusion, the project is slated to start march 15th. From there we would like to take as little time possible getting the site up (6-8 weeks?). Also, it seems pretty clear now after reading the responses that cgi will probably not be the best option, so I will probably take the advice of the developer. NOTE: (Added 3-2-2002) I just wanted to thank everybody that placed a bid. There were many excellent candidates, and chosing was not easy. We have now chosen a developer. We have started work and decided to work outside of escrow on this project for a variety of reasons. Anyways, I'm sure I will be back for future endevours. Thank You
Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done. Complete copyrights to all work purchased.
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