The coder will be designing a "retail" website that mirrors the graphics and implementations from www.clear.com.
*Note* There will not be any [url removed, login to view] or any credit card transactions implemented into this website, however there is a shopping cart type fashion customer interaction.
Each submission by the end-user will need to be added into a MYSQL database securely and an administration console will need to be built to view all entries created by the users. The administration console needs to be 100% secure with a username and password.
The requirements are all put together in a document and specifically laid out for the coder to grasp the entire project more in depth.
Code must be in ASP.NET and could potentially use MSSQL if needed instead of MYSQL.
Code must be neat and well commented to include functionality for further implementations. Correct and standard indentation is a must!
Coder must have the "mirrored" graphical design ready within 7 days after bid acceptance. If design is approved by client, coder must produce a basic functioning website at most 7 days after the graphics were designed. Site does not have the work all the way, but needs to be basically functioning.
The coder must have his/her own web server and MSSQL/MYSQL server to test our the functionality before submitting the final project to me. The coder can use their web server to showcase the progress and is preferable. Please make sure the site, however, is included in the coder's [url removed, login to view] so it does not show up on any search engines.
Standard meta tags,site map xmls must be included on each page and efficient coding is required.
I expect status reports every week.
If your bid is attractive enough for us to move forward, I will send you the requirements documents at which point you will decide if you can still do the project for the allotted cost.
* * *This broadcast message was sent to all bidders on Wednesday Mar 10, 2010 12:17:18 PM:
I accidentally put on the bid "ASP Classic", but I require that the site be created in ASP.net. Sorry for the confusion.