HTML/CSS

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Description

Experience Level: Entry
Hi,

This is Daniel, Software Engineer from West Palm Beach, Florida.

Brief:

I am looking for a serious mark-up guru to work with me on daily assignments given to me by my employer.

Responsibilities:

I will be programming applications then providing you with the properties for each of that applications' views.

Also, I will always provide a corresponding theme giving you the ability to slice images for browser legacy support.

Details:

For the most part we'll use grids. For every application there are 2 sets of views, and a minimum of 3-5 views per application.
That means that we have an administration and a front-end on the website.

For the administration applications we will have two views. One is a list view (to see a table of many items/records) and a form view (to create an item).

For the front-end we usually have a few views.
"Display" view for users/visitors to see the record (maybe a product view).
"Form" view for authorized users to create a new record from the front-end.
"Items" view for users to see multiple items at the same time.
"Dialog" view for a quick view to the item in a dialog box if the user is at the "Items" view.
"Category" which is a list of items in a specific category. All of our data is categorized. Meaning any record created is in some category.

Duties:
You'll be responsible for writing the HTML/CSS for all the applications. We require CSS3 and HTML4/5 support for all views mentioned above. You will report to me and I will be giving you daily assignments.
Your job is usually done after the theme is made. In most circumstances there will be a theme for you to slice in order to support legacy mode in old browsers.

The winner will be given £100 total for 10 hours so I can verify that you're right for the job.

You must be familiar with CSS sprites, as well as JavaScript events, pseudo classes, etc.

Submit a resume. It is required. If you don't see an attachment I will immediately reject your bid and not even open it.

Do no apply unless you can work 20-25 hours/week.

This position pays £15.50/hr. after initial 10 hour verification process is performed by you. The salary is non-negotiable and more than fair for what you're doing. It is also a consistent and secure weekly paycheck not monthly.

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