My site has 5 issues which I need fixed. The first one is serious but basic, and the remaining 4 should be quick and simple. I need someone who can fix this within 3 days.
Background to how the site works:
It is a trading site, where users can create auctions or classified ads.
Users should be able to create classified advertisements (7days) OR auctions (1,3,7,14 or 30 days). When an AUCTION ends, an email is automatically sent to the winning bidder, and to the seller. OR if there have been no bids then an email is sent to the seller telling him that there have been no bids.
When a CLASSIFIED ends there should be no email.
Currently when a user creates a classified, it is removed from the site at the end of the first day (even though it should by for 7days). When it ends (after the first day), an auction email is sent to the user telling him that there have been no bids on his item.
I think classifeds have been wrongly mixed up as auctions with starting price of €0. Classifieds and auctions should be seperate.
Even though the classifieds are not visible on the site, they still appear on the users home page and in my admin controls.
I would like you to fix this so that classifieds stay on the site for 7 days like they are supposed to.
Problem 2: If I try to create an auction WITH a picture then it works fine, BUT When I try to create an auction WITHOUT uploading a picture I get this error. [url removed, login to view]'File%20size%20is%20too%20big'
3. The auction sell form "auction.php" should not accept values of 0 for the "starting price"
4. The following pages say "Untitled Document" as their header. I would like you to change them to IRISH Online Mart
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5. In [url removed, login to view], I would like you to put a large € symbol after "Starting Price"
I would like you to test the site for yourself, by creating classifeds and auctions, so that you can see the problem (problem 1), for yourself.