First of all, the shown picture is just an example of TABBING and does not represent my website.
I have a PHP website that has some functionality disabled due to non-use. Now I want to bring those functionalities online with a few changes as follows
1. Use Tab-menu to display forms for collecting user information (one of the reasons why this was disabled before was because users found it a lot of information to enter at a time.) With tabbing, they can choose to do different sections at different times until they complete their profile.
2. Create a CSS file to display data on page in a specific format that I will provide (I have scanned a copy of how the page should look, nothing fancy)
3. Add more fields to existing tables to accomodate some extra data. (Tables already exist and most of the fields are already in the database). There are just 6 to 10 extra fields to add to exisiting tables within database.
4. Add a cetralised photo gallery where members can post their photos once and it is available for them in the entire site. (this already exists I think...you just need to define the relationship)
This should be a quick fix. I will work with you all the way.
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Just make the stuff work in popular browsers