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  • I recently took on a small wordpress project I don’t have the time to complete. Mods, please move this post to the appropriate section if this isn’t the right place.

    I’m looking to hire (independent contractor) a competent WordPress developer to do a small, non-profit site.

    The Good:

    *Client interaction and development of a spec has already taken place.
    *Client understands what scope creep is and understands there won’t be any.
    *No interaction with client required.
    *No design work necessary, other than theming, layout, fonts – logo, etc… already done
    *Site already exists so it’s a migration – copy and paste content


    *Migrate current site to WordPress
    *Install phpBB and use the WordPress plugin to create single sign on and theming between the phpBB site and WordPress site
    *Install and configure free classifieds section (using plugin)
    *Add photo gallery (using plugin)
    *Create some functionality based on group based permissions (certain users can post in classifieds, while general public can’t, etc…)
    *Migrate current “print and snail mail” PDF forms to standard web forms.

    I have a complete Statement of Work (or spec) I can share with interested developers. No companies, please. I’m looking for a developer only. PM me if interested, or email at “se3 an sul3 livan 3jobs @ ya3 ho o . co3 m” (take that email and remove the 3’s, then make it all one word with no spaces to contact me). I will send you the SOW (spec) and refer you to the existing site.

    After you understand what’s to be done, please provide me with a quote as well as references to real, completed projects you have done that I can call on for a reference.

    Work is to begin immediately. I can do the standard 50% down, 50% on completion. Project must be completed in 30 days.


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