Looking to have a site created that can do the following:
I need to have about two paragraphs of text (I supply of course) at the top of home page.
Visitors will then be able to click on three different options, that will take them to 3 diff pages.
I need to be able to display information that will be in the three classifications. In each one, I need to be able to input the following information as a field that will display:
Person transacting business
Person who signed corp documents
Years of non-filing
Where/how they are advertising
The info above is ONE classification/area of 3 total. All of the info above will be associated with one "record", and I have no idea at the moment how many total records there will end up being. Second one will have 4 text fields. Third one will also have around four. I will want to be able to input the above info into a table, and update it when I want/need. I have hosting service already for other sites I have, and I am familiar with using FileZilla in order to make changes to text using Notepad. I'm also familiar with using a sitemanager in backend in order to input data that ultimately ends up going into MySQL databases stored on my hosting site. I'm open to another suggestion, but would like for it to be easy for me.
I also anticipate wanting to upload two PDF screenshots for each of the "records":
Screenshot of SDAT PDF
Screenshot of them doing business PDF
So, three groupings of data, each found on a diff page but accessible by link either at top of page or along left panel. Given that I don't know how many total records I will have for this project, it would seem that a table or listing that appears on each of the category pages with a name that can be clicked on in order to take to a page of it's own with the remaining data and two PDFs may be what is needed. But again, I'm open to suggestions. this is just a project for me that won't create revenue, so I have an interest on making this simple and inexpensive. Also, I prefer to work with a contractor from US well-versed in English, please.