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Urgent psd to Joomla! 1.6 conversion job - start immediate!
Excellent Joomla! 1.6 and Joomla 1.6 templating skills more specific
Excellent XHMTL and CS 2.1 - CSS3 skills - Cross browser templating (IE7/8/9+, Firefox 3.6+, Safari 4+, Chrome 9+, Opera 10+)
Intermediate Photoshop CS4+ skills - slicing, croppping
Average knowledge Joomlart T3 Framework
All browsers and or OS needed to test the site and make sure it is cross browser compatible
I need a web developer who does Joomla! templating on a daily basis and who can start psd to J! 1.6 conversion today. I am a web developer myself and know Joomla! well, but too busy at the moment to take care of this project myself. If you prove yourself to work fast and with great precision more conversion jobs will follow
Test server has been created and base template Ja_Lime has been installed.
Ja Lime template + T3 framework (Joomlart) will be used as the basis. The template has slightly been adjusted and local theme has already been created. If you prefer you can start with the template and a new local theme from scratch. Joomlart template Ja_Lime + T3 Framework will be used as basis for this template/theme as it already has almost all functionality:
Easily adjustable layout, slider at top, xhtml and css validated, easy way to add logo and menu type
Gtranslate module will have to be added separately to provide Google Translate functionality.
Also a sidebar with YouTube/Vimeo movie display and social media buttons will be needed, but the template should cover most if not all of these features.
Slider is built into Ja-Lime but will need to be styled to be exactly like psd
It will be one layout, but we will of course use J!'s flexibility to show the slider, sidebars and other modules when need be.
As soon as you have been accepted for this job you will get all template files, modules and plugins needed.
Do not respond if you are just a Joomla! beginner, cannot start right away and finish in a day or a day and a half nor if you cannot handle Joomla! frameworks like the Joomlart T3 framework used for this job!