Create a semiologic wordpress template using a design similar to this one:
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We will provide the final .psd. We are looking for WordPress semiologic coding.
The template should include drop-down menus.
The banner portion will be everything above the main image.
The main image section and the 4 boxes will be part of the body of the home page, the text in them should be editable. They should be built into the template as removable items for the secondary pages.
I'm looking for someone who can show me at least 5 live Wordpress sites that they have built templates for, and at least 2 in semiologic.
Please only send 5 links.
I will have multiple projects like this one coming down the line.
Here is the full description of what the client wants (the client wrote it).
It also must test out on the clients host - so you'll need to test it in the server environment.
Are you an expert in CSS, Wordpress themes, and Semiologic layouts and skins? We're looking for people with these skill sets for current and future projects.
The ideal candidate will be able to do the following tasks quickly and reliably.
* Start with a jpg image containing an approved design.
* Create a layout and skin within the design constraints provided by the Semiologic theme.
This requires the ability to extract appropriate graphic components from the design jpg. It assumes that you know which elements should be implemented as graphical elements, and which should be implemented in CSS. It assumes that you can implement a design that will be easy to maintain and support even though Wordpress and Semiologic make changes to the underlying environment.
We have a project that must be done by Monday, April 12.
If you are an experienced Wordpress theme designer, but not familiar with the Semiologic theme, you probably know most of what you need to know already. We can help you with the requirements that are specific to Semiologic.
If you are an expert in CSS, and have experience with other php-based scripts and skins, but not with Wordpress, then your learning curve will be a bit steeper. You are probably not qualified for the current assignment. Notice, however, that we are looking for people who are interested in future projects. If you'd like to be considered for future projects please feel free to submit your resume.
If you wish to be considered, please send an email cover letter that includes:
* Your contact info
* Your availability for the current project due by Monday
* How much of the requirements you already have (i.e. CSS only, CSS + WP themes, CSS + WP + Semio experience)
* Your expectations re compensation
* If you have a recent resume, you may attach it. PDF preferred, but we'll accept other forms.
* If you have links to sites for which you've done similar work, you may include them.