We are looking for some support with managing a website built in Concrete5. Our web developer who built the initial website has moved onto bigger projects and we don’t have the knowledge to be able to manage the website inhouse.
I currently have a photography portfolio website that was initially set up by an old friend. I have since then been tinkering with it to the best of my knowledge, giving face uplifts and new functionality now and then.
However with the concrete 5 upgr…
We are building a complex Multi-Site Platform with custom admin panel functions that will be built outside concrete5's framework. We will connect databases using cross domain access in our WHM dedicated server. We will use concrete5 for the basic page edi…
If you live and work in the Chicago area, have at least 3 years of experience developing c5 sites, and are seeking contract work, please contact me and include a list of websites you have developed for versions 5.6, 5.7, and 5.8.
I need a quick turnaround on a custom RSS feed. Here are the details:
--> Current RSS feed has been generated from a Page List (using the built in RSS generator)
--> Need to update markup to match FB's schema format (I'll attach below)
Hi, I'm looking for someone who can help update a site that is having an issue.
The webmaster recently resigned. we need someone to help. I am not familiar with concrete5 (im more familiar with wordpress) :-( so i'm no help to the organization.
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.