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One of my clients recently hired a web "designer" to create his company website, and well, long story short, he is completely unsatisfied with the result. I stepped in and designed the site, but the "designer" has, in response, quit, saying, "I can't do this." Basically, he was a WP punk and can't really develop and code at all.
My client needs someone proficient experienced and efficient. Is anyone interested in programming/coding a site based on a final approved design?
Can you please define "programming/coding"?
Do you mean by this front-end and back-end development?
if it's cobol on as/400, i'm in!
Thanks for asking, 303. This exposes my lack of knowledge in this area. I'm not really clear on the meaning of "front-end" and "back-end" development, so I can't really say. I've designed templates for the site, and it just needs to be built to look and function accordingly.
what does the site do? is it just content management?
I'll do it... with wordpress. haha, no seriously, I would just use wordpress. I can code you a template pretty quickly if you'd like.
front-end programming is natural, clean white-hat programming, where as back-end is a bit of a hack, sleazy, and a bit risque.
you only want front-end developers - trust me!
I don't know the limits of wordpress, or even if the design would work in it. I don't know if I need a template. What I do know is that the design is done, and it just needs to go live as soon as possible.
there are no limits if you know what you're doing. the template would just be your design minus the content, so whomever manages the site can edit the content without mucking up the design.
Client update: needs a content management system as well so they can swap graphics and language to update on their own.
He can do all. Esp since he has experience in CMS
Cosmo never responds to emails. Good luck.
Cosmo responds to me. Mono, email me for his other email contacts.
Thanks for all the replies and assistance. If anyone else is interested, feel free to contact me in the next day or so.
See my note above.