I am looking for a website programmer well versed in Boonex Dolphin, PHP, CSS, Bootstrap and MySQL who can help troubleshoot several glitches on a site using Boonex Dolphin v7. I need clean, compliant, responsive coding. The site should look, respond and function logically and aesthetically on all browsers and devices.
Modifications on the homepage that require troubleshooting and fixing include:
•Search Bar results should produce logical keyword and location results throughout site. Resulting search page should match site template with working sort/filter bar functionality.
•Properly code functionality and visibility of homepage components, such as a buttons and video player that should show with content at all times, but only show now when admin sets featured content.
•Ensure video players display the proper intended content
•Recode so homepage content only allows displaying one unique thumbnail per username
•Fix incorrect field/text displayed under thumbnails ensuring maximum characters are allowed when wrapping and that appearance is aesthetic on all devices/browsers
•May need to auto code to favor old content until sufficient new content is available if solution for displaying both can’t be offered
•Clean up appearance and functionality issues of homepage responsive coding on various devices
Experience and being able to show sample work of handling similar items as above is a plus. For interested parties, I will be happy to provide screen shots, further details and my site’s URL. I look forward to discussing this further with you and working with you in the near future and hopefully long term.
This task, referenced going forward as "1a", shall include all items except for the "Search Bar results" bullet point to prove ability and knowledge of Boonex. Therefore bids should reflect accordingly. A separate project for task "1b" will be offered based on successful and timely delivery of task 1a items. Pages affected by relevant 1a coding should be fully responsive per design from top of page to bottom at conclusion of task 1a.