The idea :
does work for PageList !
I failed trying to write the same for UserList and EventList. I really need it to finish a website an…
Hi all, I have been working on a new product launch for a client and they haven't yet approved the section, but they have radio spots launching today with a link that's in test mode and currently takes them to the login page.
I need to create a link so t…
I'm looking for help working on a site that I've recently taken over. They have a lot of custom coding on it, so I'm struggling with being new to Concrete5, as well as the custom work. I need to create a page that matches other pages with blocks for MP3s,…
we are looking for someone who would upgrade our page from c5 8.2.1. up to 8.5.1. (latest version). I know how to upgrade by myself, but everytime I do, I keep running in the same issues. Some pages (not all) stop working and are throwing differ…
I am looking for someone, ideally based in Switzerland, who would be prepared to offer a basic few hours introduction training to Concrete5 that will allow me to update a website with a new theme.
If someone has time to support, pleas…
Our agency is seeking a freelance developer to help make changes to a website that was built with Concrete5.
The changes needed to be made are:
• A change in background color
• A change in navigation text color
• Change in navigation la…
We're looking for a long term relationship with a Concrete5 developer to assist with the maintenance of our web site at www.isbld.com. As you can see, when you go there, the main image is broken. Our developer who constructed the site is no where to be fo…
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.