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Simple custom Joomla module development

This project was successfully completed by jsr3 for $80 USD in 3 days.

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Project Description

Need a simple Joomla module that can display a web form from CiviCRM.

CiviCRM creates html code for a easily creating a new data entry page. Since we're using CiviCRM inside Joomla, a lot of that code is unnecessary. So what this module needs to do is:
1. Allow the user to select a Civi Profile from a drop down or allow the user to paste in the HTML Code Snippet from CiviCRM
2. User then inputs the custom success message and any custom module class suffix (with WYSIWYG Editor enabled/disabled based on user preference)
3. When the user saves the module, the module will strip out all the unnecessary coding (i.e. remove everything before and after the "form" tag)

We will provide you with a php file that renders all the items that the user is meant to enter, to help speed up the process.

The module will need to be compatible with both Joomla 2.5 and 3. You will also have to work on it on your own server and show us demo for both J2.5 and 3 on your server.

Once the project is completed and we have paid you, you will be handing over full and exclusive rights to this module to us. We in turn will be making it available for free usage by the Joomla and CiviCRM community.


Since this is a very simple form, our max budget is $40 if you make it so that the user simply pastes in the html code, or $80 if you make it so that the user can select the Civi Profile from a dropdown.

If this goes well, we have two other Joomla module development projects, and one Zoo Element development project which can be awarded to you.

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