I have developed a widget for which all the backend is coded. We've actually also done the frontend, but in XTHML/CSS.
I want a flash front-end coded. You can see the widget at:
[url removed, login to view] .
generate the Mockup provided using the following parameters to generate the content. These parameters will be defined in the object tag declaration. Here are the parameters to expect:
"school_name" - this will be the name of the school sitting on top of the widget.
"cw_sitename" - this will be the text of the link that follows "powered by"
"cw_site_url" - this will be the url of the link that follows "powered by"
"add_events_url - this will be the url for "add_new"
"topic1_name" - this will be the name of the topic
"topic1_url" - this will be the url of where the topic goes
topics are going to repeat. so the same applies for "topic2_name" as would for "topic1_name". Also, it is not going to be a fixed number of these, so be prepared to handle as many as given. Also the window where topics are listed should be scrollable.
"add_topic_url" - this will be url of where the page should go to after the user hits "go". This should also pass whatever is typed in to the add topic input field as a parameter for it.
"view_calendar_url" will be the the url for where the page goes when the user hits "view calendar"
"share_widget_text" - will be the text that will go in the input box next to "Share this widget!"
"background_color" - will be the color of the pane surrounding the topics.
We also expect to have a version of the fla file as well.
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