The project is a web portal built in ASP. NET. 1; Login Pages that allow login with social Media sites like facebook, google, twitter and simply email address. 2: Once you have registered and log in, you may search for a form that is hosted on the site. basically, the business will gather web forms and then digitise them. the client searches the site
...We are looking to transition our current [login to view URL] content/functionality to a new ASP.Net website. The website is made up of informational content, a registration/login system, and the ability to download our software. Technical Requirements: • C# • ASP.Net 5 with MVC pattern • The solution should be developed in Visual Studio 2015 •
We have an existing Asp .net C# website where we use MySQLMembership provider and web forms. We are looking to add OpenID signup and login to existing website for Google, Twitter, Facebook and Github. Information we require from users is email address, name and country. So we require working example in asp .net web form (No MVC) using C# to be able
...requires embedding Google Maps API Geotagging and reverse geotagging features to be integrated on web forms. We need developers with know-how of Google Maps API, PHP / or ASP .NET with relevant database (SQL or MySQL) + AJAX. Graphics and reference HTML of the project is ready, so no design work is required. The developer is required to code the
...years, websites such as Facebook and twitter will be succeeded by more industry specific daughter networks that bring service to your desktop more efficiently than before. I want to create a new social network that builds on the strengths of past ones but also brings new ideas to the table. Facebook and Twitter etc. only promote "leisure interaction"
...website is ready. The attachment shows the image capture of the entire website. (created on iWeb) The following features needs to be added: Publicity icons: Facebook like, twitter share, email, gmail buzz to the entire website as well as 11 different posts (Unseen App #1 through #11) preferably drag to share. Ref: [login to view URL]