**My Goal:** Convert my menus on my site to PHP pages pulling the HTML from a MYSQL database.
**Fine Details:** Each menu item is a good paragraph worth of HTML. So instead of defining it every bloody time I need a single menu line, I just want to replace each HTML paragraph with a single PHP string to call the HTML from the MySQL database. That's all!
**Instruction Needed:** I don't want to learn all of PHP (right now). I just want to be able to replicate the first example as needed and be able to update my menus through the MySQL tool on my server.
**Commitment:** If it's done right, I'm outa your hair after I'm setup and running. So if we can cover all the basses I need covered when we do this, I won't have to keep on bugging you because you failed to tell me something like (in HTML analogy, [url removed, login to view] would be the folder without the [url removed, login to view] in the url, so telling me this if this was a tutoring on web design would be neccesary). So IF there are any special rules/shortcuts then informing me keeps me from wanting to bug you while you persue other things.
**Communication:** I would highly prefer the usage of AIM. Phone interaction would also be highly helpful (while also on aim) but is not neccesary.
**Reward Details:** Paypal is required if you want $. Once I choose the person/offer I like most I'll have to transfer the funds to my paypal account in order to pass it on to Mr. or Mrs. Teacher. First I want to see bids but defintly nothing in the tripple digits. For an hour or two of work at most I don't think it should be too high really. I can also grant a decent strage/bandwidth as a sub-user on my site if you're in need of some.
2) Installation package that will install the software (in ready-to-run condition) on the platform(s) specified in this bid request.
3) Exclusive and complete copyrights to all work purchased. (No GPL, 3rd party components, etc. unless all copyright ramifications are explained AND AGREED TO by the buyer on the site).
Sys req isn't important since php is prerty much universal as far as I can tell. I want this to work on Windows/Mac/Linux in the very least.