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PHP/MySQL Finish WordPress Site + Application (using existing code + Google Maps Plugin)

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Hi there,

We have an almost completed site. We have a 24 HOUR DEADLINE. By Tuesday night, this should all be completed. We need you to complete the following three things:

Google Maps Project specification: Users can register & login with a username and password to register trees to our Google Maps application. Users will register a tree with TREE TYPE, SIZE, LOCATION (only zip code), and the date it was planted, or if it was already existing. This information is plotted along with the point on the map. The map will allow users to zoom in only to the ZIP code level.

Check out this tutorial: [url removed, login to view]

We need:

1) User Registration & Login Page
2) Tree Registration Page (only allowed for users logged in). When a tree is registered, it inserts the tree information (converts zip code into a GPS coordinate using the Google Maps API) into an SQL database, then creates a new .kml file from all of the data in the SQL database. Take a look at this file:

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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<kml xmlns="http://www.opengis.net/kml/2.2">
<Placemark>
<name>Simple placemark</name>

<description>Attached to the ground. Intelligently places itself
at the height of the underlying terrain.</description>
<Point>
<coordinates>[url removed, login to view],[url removed, login to view],0</coordinates>

</Point>
</Placemark>
</kml>

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This format can be duplicated with a PHP/MySQL loop for every map point. This KML file is imported through our WordPress Google Maps plugin automatically. Essentially, we just need registration/login (if you can do this by 'piggy backing' WordPress, great!), tree registration with an SQL database, and KML file generation.

Part 2: Carbon Calculator. We have a few basic JavaScript 'calculators' that we've been looking at. You have to clone one.. shouldn't be too hard since you can view the source. :)

Part 3: We are also wrapping up the end of the site. You should be available for doing touchups, perhaps a bit of WordPress theme customizing, etc... nothing very significant, just a bit of work to make our site presentable.

Post your best bids. Thanks, and good luck.

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