We have some unique customers and orders. To handle these customers, we have two online forms that generate unique web pages that we would like to have built. To describe it from our end, I need to have an administrator create form pages for our customers to fill out. Our idea is that they would use one form to pre-fill out fields and then hit a button that would generate a unique web form specifically for the customer. At the same time, an email would be dispatched to the customer with a link. The customer would be able to click the link in their email to go to their specific form page. They look over the form and add and edit information. Once they are satisfied, they submit the form. A new page is created with this order info and a new email is generated with a link to the final, uneditable, page. A copy of all emails would also go to us. Form #1 - Master Administrator Form - the form for the Administrator to use to create the User Form generating a form with pre-filled out fields. Form #2 - The User Form - this form is generated from Form #1. It is an editable form for the user to edit and fill in their information. Page #3 - This is a posting of the final approved User Form (#2). It is simply a web page displaying Form #2's content and image. The form will include an image upload. The image upload must be able to use different size images and place them in the finished web page within a defined region (within proportion). On the second web page form, there needs to be three links below the image. The first one allows the user to upload and replace the image. The next button allows the user to download the current image and the third link needs to revert back to the original image. On the User Form, there needs to be a time stamp that generates the time that the page was loaded. "Date Printed" is the label. On the final, uneditable" page, this label needs to change to "Date Posted" and remain as the date the page was posted.