I basically need a clone of [url removed, login to view] What Fichey provides is a simple Flash-based tool for flipping through web pages. You remain on Fichey's site the whole time. If you want to visit an article, it's as easy as a double-click on the story. While you are off-site, Fichey inserts a hover frame that can help get you back to Fichey or provide you with the story's URL to share with others. The sites are shown as a jpeg and pulled into Fichey’s flash interface, which consists of nothing more than a box that hovers over the image. The box contains contols letting you move to new sites, back to old ones, or to change the date or source. You can click on any site image and it will pull it up in an iframe to interact with it. The differences with [url removed, login to view]: - I don't need it to browse the [url removed, login to view], digg sites etc, I need the interface to show screen shots of URL of sites that I will enter manually - these sites entered manually will be put in several categories, similar to what fichey did with [url removed, login to view], digg, Google News, etc. I need a full admin reporting back-end that enables me to see which screenshots were seen by the users and which ones were clicked on, and report these two figures by category and URL Contact me if you have more questions. Best, Y.A.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
2) Deliverables must be in ready-to-run condition, as follows (depending on the nature of the deliverables):
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