| This program allows a designer to create a module where the user clicks on a set of sentences and a picture comes up in a fixed picture box.
I'd like the designer of the text-picture module to be able to select as many sentences as he wants and then upload a picture for that set of selected sentences. So perhaps the designer selects one sentence and uploads a picture. Or maybe the designer feels that three sentences combined correspond to a complete picture, so he uploads a picture for the three sentences, so that when the user clicks anywhere on the three sentence the image comes up in the adjacent screen. To keep things simple, there won't be any overlap, meaning if the user defines three sentences to correspond to a single picture, then he can't further define each sentence within the three to correspond to a picture. So there has to be some interface that allows the designer to select which sets of sentences correspond to which pictures. I'd like an economical solution to this problem, but if it isn't too costly, it would be ideal if the designer could just highlight what sentence constitute a set, and then define which picture corresponds to the set of sentences. This program should work for any number of sentences and their corresponding picture files.
| **Employer Questions:** | (1) How much will this cost ?
(2) Total time ?
(3) Flat fee or hourly rate (flat fee prefered) ? |
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