Hi, I had an ASP/mySQL/HTML 2-way SMS website application that has been largely coded. The website navigation ,however ,needs improving and testing before I can go live with it. I am attaching the original tech spec doc (word document) and two emails which outline the changes/improvements required. I look forward to working with someone who is pro-active and likes to use their initiative. Here are those changes: [url removed, login to view] log in as username: admin password: testpero Users list needs some logical navigation (A-Z with paging) and searchable, there could be up to 10,000 users, 3 or 4 for each rubgy club! Show password in admin area Has the coder got the wrong end of the stick here. This is meant to be an admin area for me, not for anyone at any rubgy clubs. Players navigation needs sorting! Need to search on name/surname and/or club. a-z with paging non-starter as there could be 100,000 players in db. Confirmed Messages needs sorting. This coder has not thought about volumes at all! Need to be able to view by club, then sender, then message title. Also need totals and sub-totals as you go through. i.e. Messages Sent Club Berkshire RFC 3,000 Steve Jones 1,300 Phil Vickery 1,700 For my Admin purposes Fixtures must be navigable by club, and then by time, with paging [url removed, login to view] View All Fixtures currently shows every clubs fixtures, should only show the captain's club's fixtures. [url removed, login to view] View All Fixtures currently shows every clubs fixtures, should only show the club captain's club's fixtures. AND: There are 3 different levels on the site according to how you log in. The admin pages are accessed by username: admin password: testpero You can then see all the other usernames and the associated teams. cont... regards, Myles
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