Make two webpages - simple modifications on top of existing templates / DATE

This is a pretty straightforward job with two parts. 1. Take my email newsletter and make it a webpage for an archive of the newsletter. 2. Take the index to archived newsletters and update it with a new corresponding entry, which will require a very small amount of graphics work.

The goal for me is that you give me 2 HTML files and one image file and I put them into place and that's all I have to do on my end.

This project description should provide all the required details and instructions (I've contracted this exact job through rentacoder a few times), but I am available for any questions that come up after I hire you.

## Deliverables

The new newsletter to be changed to a webpage is at:

[url removed, login to view]

The new HTML you make for this page will replace that file -- the URL/filename will remain the same.

You can model it off the most recent newsletter page in place, linked towards the top of the page:

[url removed, login to view]

Start with the HTML of that prior newsletter page. You can just scrape it -- this is static HTML. Use this as a template and be sure keep the top area, side column and bottom areas of the page the same, as is. Be sure to leave all internal meta tags and comments the same, other than the content area of the template, which you will replaced with content from the new newsletter - THIS IS IMPORTANT since I have a fragile home-made "template" system that uses scripts to update the right column of the page.

Leave the blue border like in the prior newsletter, so it still looks like a newsletter.

There are two parts of this newsletter I would like removed: the one on "expert panel" and the second one on a conference. Please eliminate those entries in the table-of-contents -- AS WELL AS THEIR ENTIRE ENTRIES WITHIN THE NEWSLETTER BODY -- so the resulting contents are:

Conference: PAW San Francisco Agenda, Early Bird - March 14-15, 2011

Online Course: Predictive Analytics Applied - On-demand any time

White Paper: Seven Reasons You Need Predictive Analytics Today

Training Seminar: Predictive Analytics - April 14-15 in NYC

Industry Survey Report: Immediate download

Services: Predictive Analytics Consultation and Resources

There is some stuff that should be removed up top and towards the bottom that make sense for an email but not a webpage, eg:

- The tabs on the top that include "html" and "text" areas

- "If this newsletter was forwarded to you, you may subscribe here."

- "Note: Add "Prediction_Impact@[url removed, login to view]" to your address book to ensure future newsletters are not captured by your SPAM filter."

Most headers up top get removed -- just make it look like the prior newsletter as far as format, headers, etc.

One detail: Any link from the newsletter to a page WITHIN the [url removed, login to view] website should NOT open a new window. Get rid of 'target="_blank"' if it links within the site. But make sure there is a 'target="_blank"' if it links outside the site.

Then, please host this page so I can click and take a quick first look. I realize much of the page will look wrong since you are not copying the images referenced, but it will help do a first pass efficiently.

PART II: newsletter archive index

The archive index is at:

[url removed, login to view]

The modification you should make is to add a new entry up top, with corresponding links to the sections of the new newsletter page you made. Please make a new HTML file and new image that I will put into place to replace this file. Only make the insertions into the existing file for the same reasons mentioned above regarding my "template" system.

This requires a new image to be made of the clipboard.

"Dec. 2010" is what the new clipboard should say. USE THE ATTACHED set of image files to construct the new image. The attached file has the clipboard image and the fonts to spell things out.

In total you will deliver two HTML files and one image file.

I will put the new image file in the same directory as the other image files -- relative directory ../analytics-images/ -- so it should be referred to with that relative directory reference.


Thanks a bunch!

Habilidades: Amazon Web Services, Engenharia, PHP, Gestão de projetos, Arquitetura de software, Teste de Software, Hospedagem Web, Gestão de Site , Teste de Website

Veja mais: you on demand, work from home survey, work from home san francisco, work from home reasons, work from home nyc, what's wrong with my website, what is date entry, what i need after html and php to make website, website border templates, webpage scripts, top online job, top online email, survey work from home, simple paper work from home, simple html scripts, second job work from home, rentacoder come, reference questions for new hire, reference format online, reasons to work from home, reasons to leave a job, reasons to hire me, project management on demand online, paper work from home, page and bird

Acerca do Empregador:
( 38 comentários ) Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

ID do Projeto: #2966281

Concedido a:


See private message.

$72.25 USD em 4 dias
(23 Comentários)

8 freelancers estão ofertando em média $86 para esse trabalho


See private message.

$144.5 USD in 4 dias
(139 Comentários)

See private message.

$75.65 USD in 4 dias
(6 Comentários)

See private message.

$21.25 USD in 4 dias
(4 Comentários)

See private message.

$17 USD in 4 dias
(10 Comentários)

See private message.

$59.5 USD in 4 dias
(5 Comentários)

See private message.

$127.5 USD in 4 dias
(2 Comentários)

See private message.

$170 USD in 4 dias
(1 Comentário)