I am looking for a new website developer to work with my marketing team to make updates and perform general maintenance. In addition, we need an SEO expert for Concrete 5. If you are interested in either, please reach out ASAP.
My team is looking for an additional CSS/Dev to assist us in misc. website change requests we receive for our clients. We currently have someone doing this (and they are great) but we need additional help during peak weeks.
There are a few …
I have 15 compare versions blue boxes on my site which appeared after I installed the latest version of concrete 5. I would like to get rid of them but no idea how to do it? Could anyone advise in laymans's terms what I need to do?
Looking for a forum solution integrated into a c5 website. Ideally, using a c5 login would keep the same user status for the forum.
Looking to find either a
- C5 specific solution. -or-
- 3rd party solution that can be integrated through…
We have a specific project coming up which will require some Salesforce API integration. The project won't involve concrete5 per se much, but I'm also looking for a developer to work on additional concrete5 projects down the road. I'm not really lookin…
Hi, we are nonprofit university looking for a local (Los Angeles, CA) Concrete5 web developer to help optimize our website. Check out the current website: https://www.ciam.edu
Here are some details about the site:
- The website uses a custom built th…
I'm looking for someone to take over a client account which I'm resigning from due to other obligations. The client is based in Portland, OR.
This is to manage 3 Concrete5 websites and to eventually migrate their content over to wordpress.
concrete5 is a great platform to build a website with, and there are some very talented community members in our forums. You're making the right move by posting your need for help here. However, there are few things we'd ask you to keep in mind:
No, we don't guarantee other people's work. Everyone is different and we can't make any promises that the contractor you choose will be the right choice for your style of work. It's up to you to vet the talent that replies to your job posting.
Appreciate good value. I know your neighbor kid can build a website for $50 but chances are he doesn't hang out here. The people responding to your job post are actually making a living at this. If you've got no money but an awesome startup idea, you aren't posting a "job". Job are paying gigs.
The more detail, the better. Let us know what you're trying to build/fix. If creative design is involved, that'd be nice to know. Are there competitor sites you like/hate? The more information you provide the better chances are you'll get a meaningful reply from the right contractor.
DEVELOPERS: No posting "I'm available." Just post jobs.