This is a easy project for someone that realy know Actionscript 2.0 and Flash MX 2004 (pro)
My budget on is low and this project is a long time over date, what I need is a Paypal e-commerce card complete written in Actionscript 2.0. and full flash site design developed starting from the [url removed, login to view]
The designer must have good skills in photoshop to save pics for the web!! HTML to aline the site in the middle of the browser window. You not will start from noting a lot is already done by or team the big part to do is the Paypal cart and make the product sections!
The web site will contain approx 50 pictures (approx. 10 each page) (at the moment in .jpg or .bmp), that need to be optimized for the web and very small graphic adjustments.
Each photo will have a pop up window with a small description (price, dimensions, weight), as it is in the template, available in .xls file
Optimise the site for web search engines, with provided key words, and loading speed
The website will be promoting Italian silver items.
Please submit your related work experience as well as any other relevant information.
This is a customers project and if this is successful, we will keep on outsourcing several projects that we have in waiting list.
Quality and timely delivery is of paramount importance. Our team is fully occupied and this is the reason we are outsourcing this project further.
Just a view rules to work with us you much agree with this rules or do not bid!
1. no payment before you complete the project 100% and our client is happy with it and we got the source files
2. contact by msn or icq and so on are needed or 1 email in 12 hours with update and status of the projects
3. Your deadline is the one we keep you on and time you on. so do not put one day when you need like a month for this.
4. No wannabe, no "fast learners", no Rippers, no excusers.
5 We will send payments by Western Union ([url removed, login to view]) only, fees will be taken care of by us.
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