[login to view URL] tours take customer bookings via its website. We need front/back end repairs on the booking calendar custom coded plugin module. Custom codes on the plugin allow for tour confirmation and rescheduling and create email receipts to the customer and also a confirmation copy of the transaction to Planetxv with proper time and date of bookings. These custom codes calculate the daily time difference for tour departure each day of the year which changes with sunset times (PST - USA) and also resets the time automatically on daylight savings twice per year.
Advance level 3 on WordPress, 3rd party calendar plugin customization, PHP, MYSQL, HTML is required. Since this is a small project, no milestones installments are needed and payment is at the completion of the task. The tasks to be fixed are:
a) Stripe payment module shows the wrong tour time. Tour time is based on sunset time - sunset time changes each day 365 days per year.
b) Customer payment receipt must contain the correct date and time of the tour purchased.
c) Planetxv purchase receipt verification must also contain the correct date and time of the tour that was booked by customer
d) Rescheduling of a tour by the customer via the calendar platform must be followed by b) and c), also.
e) Issues have to be fixed on developers copy, not on the live platform not to create problems on the live version.
f) One week's time for job completion is expected.
g) Maximum bid is $250. Higher bids will not be considered.
h) You must be a level 3 and above for this job -
i) We prefer excellent English skills and flexibility of time.
j) Upon successful completion of this job more will follow as we are looking for a long term commitment.
k) If your bid changes after you start the job, the agreement will be automatically terminated.
l) Only applicants that have "hotel/travel booking with payment modules" experience will be considered. Please submit a link to your related work in the proposal for our review.
1. GoDaddy for syncing up your website functionality with Teambooking, as it appears it’s not uploading the changes I made to the email backend, so that’s something to look into. I say this because the server that emails out your confirmation emails are based on GoDaddy’s forwarding servers.
2. Updating the entirety of your website’s plug-ins, which will require an active backend/wordpress developer to deal with the growing pains of updating the pieces. I am currently not in a position to reliably squash all the bugs that may show up. Have a developer do this in a controlled environment with a copy of your website code.
Furthermore, the following is required
a. Updating Teambooking and working with the developer and asking for help with parsing the custom functions of the code you have, as that might be simpler with the newer framework. Do this after completely updating the website.