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Paid Work: PSD to Theme and Set-up

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Community Member, 1 Post

28 May 2008 at 8:45am

Edited: 28/05/2008 8:48am

Hi folks,

Apologies for starting my forum presence with a job offer :D

I'm in a bit of a pickle and need to finish a website by Monday. Thanks to the excellent work you guys (and girls) have done I don't need to worry about building a new CMS from scratch for my client. However, I do need someone to turn a Photoshop slide into a fully working template and help set-up SilverStripe on the customers webspace.

I'm just working on completing the new design / layout in Photoshop but won't have time to get to grips with the templating system. Although it looks sweet and fits the bill from what I've seen so far :)

Turn a Photoshop layout into a fully working HTML4/CSS2 compliant template/theme for SilverStripe and assist in setting up the CMS on the customer web-space by 30 June 2008.

Client is a wholesaler of hygiene products, and the website is required to inform customers about their product portfolio. The client will enter any content themselves, so it's really just templating and set-up tweaks.

- Site search
- Team presentation (like in the tutorial demo)
- Product category and info pages
- (secured) enquiry form

Please let me know your rates and preferably a link to a portfolio or recent work of yours.

PS: Sorry about the missing line breaks but this forum doesn't seem to like 'em. It just enters <br> instead of wrapping each paragraph in <p> tags?


Community Member, 501 Posts

28 May 2008 at 11:41am

You can mail me, I might be interested if I see the design and complexity of it (secured form etc), based on that I'm able to say if I'll have to time to do it... (of course depending on the budget)...