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Customisation of a Joomla component


We are building a website that allows web visitors to register products that they have lost or have been stolen.

The site is currently sitting on our testing server [url removed, login to view] (please have a look)

The site is built in Joomla 1.5, and uses a component called AdsFactory, which we have purchased and installed. The component has been developed by the people at [url removed, login to view]

We have a few alterations we need to make, and unfortunately the people at the [url removed, login to view] are unable to fulfil this request within a reasonable timeframe. The changes are not difficult, and mostly revolve around layout changes, rather than logic rebuilds, but will require an experience Joomla / PHP developer.

Having been a developer previously (not in PHP) I have put together a very clear, specific list of requests - so you shouldn't have any probelms understanding the requirements (hopefully). I have attached the doc to this post.

We won't require a changelog, or detailed list of code alterations, but, to enable us to work through any possible future issue, I will ask you to put a comment of <!---CUSTOM---> above any areas of code that you make changes to.

We will give you full superadmin access (obviously) if you are the chosen bidder.

Please have a look at the details in the attachment before quoting. And please place the word “joomla helper” in your reply so that I know you have read this message.



Habilidades: Joomla, PHP

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( 102 comentários ) Perth, Australia

ID do Projeto: #583827