Our company is a small IT company which manages and develops websites for many of our clients. We are over booked and looking to outsource some website development work to the right provider(s). We may decide to extend our contracts to more than one provider.
We have 88 websites that need development. Of the 88 websites we have broken them down into two classifications:
• Static Websites – 58 of 88
Note: (A Static Website is one that has web pages stored on the server in the same form as the user will view them. It is primarily coded in HTML (Hyper-text Markup Language).
A static website is also called a Classic website, a 7 – 15 –page(s) website or a Brochure website because it simply presents pre-defined information to the user. It may include information about a company and its products and services via text, photos, Flash animation, audio/video and interactive menus and navigation.
• Dynamic Websites – 22 of 88
Note: (A Dynamic Website is one that does not have web pages stored on the server in the same form as the user will view them. Instead, the web page content changes automatically and/or frequently based on certain criteria. It generally collates information on the hop each time a page is requested.
There are two meanings for a dynamic website. The first is that the web page code is constructed dynamically, piece by piece. The second is that the web page content displayed varies based on certain criteria. The criteria may be pre-defined rules or may be based on variable user input.
A dynamic website is also called a Web Application, a Data-driven website or an oCRAFT website because it presents variable information that is tailored to a particular user. It may accept a user’s input and respond to the request. For example, a user can enter text into a login form or keyword search, which prompts the website to fulfill the request and return a unique result. In addition, the user may be able to perform tasks that may alter the website itself, such as post a comment or update a user profile. Examples of task-based websites include, online banking, shopping, e-learning, and social networking. Furthermore, the website may be able to make instant decisions on the fly in various situations, such as online quiz scoring or credit card processing.
Provider Programmer Duties:
If you are selected for this project as one of our outsource partners you need to under stand you will not be ask to do any graphic design work as far as visual design. Your job will be programming and only progrmaming. You will be required to develop the script/code of each site your assigned too.
We have specific development deadlines for these two type of site catagories:
Static Websites – 1 – 3 days for script/code development (depending on size)
Dynamic Websites – 10 – 12 days for script/code development (depending on size)
You must be able to develop script/codes without having design because you will not be provided design templates and will be asked to develop programming without the use of the visual design of the site. (this is a must requirement)
You must have the ablity to meet strict deadlines and have the avalablity to start ASAP once your contacted. You will have to sign a Service Ageement w/ NDA to work with us. You have the choice of Pay Pal/ Bank Transfer/ Western Union for payments to be paid to. Our Payouts for 1 static site is $500 US and for 1 dynamic site $2500 US. You will be contracted to develop a certain number of sites in the contract agreement. Your pay will be twice a month and total amount of the payout will be the total of the amount of completed sites by the developer.
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