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PSD to Wordpress + BackEnd + Products and Payment Gateway

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Project Description

ALL ATTACHMENTS I SPEAK ABOUT ARE IN THE .ZIP FILE

We're updating our website [url removed, login to view] to include an extra product in our [url removed, login to view] pages. Currently, there are three options for pardons and us waivers (our two major products - sold separately or together), (1) Premium Service (2) Standard Service, and (3) the combination of both in "bundles" is also an option. Here's how it is currently - users visiting these pages (scroll to the bottom):

(1)___________

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- see the Premium and Standard options offered for Pardons.

(2)_____

Users visiting these pages:

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- see the Premium and Standard options offered for Waivers.

(3)_____

Users visiting these pages:

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- also see the "bundle" options.

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Essentially, I want (1) and (2) to have an extra row added for a new product called the "Executive Pardon" - see the attachment "Package Layout" for a rough .psd idea

For (3), I want to add an extra row to the grid for "Executive Pardon" - see the attachment "Grid Layout" for a rough .psd idea

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Obviously, there's a lot more involved than simple .psd to html. I also need this to work seamlessly to work with the checkout pages and the payment service I use (Moneris).

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I've attached several WP back-end screenshots in the .zip file that should give you an idea of the back-end structure in place. - this should be maintained.

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Overall, proficiency in English, fast work, many backups of the website before executing work (other good practices too), good design sense, a perfectly responsive website in the end, a good understanding of building/fixing a back end to work smoothly, good understanding of payment gateways and payment solutions and previous work integrating and adjusting said systems, and of course serious consideration for the impacts on our SEO - is everything clean on that front? All of these will be essential for a good performance at this job. It's not a complicated job if you're a really good coder and smart worker - so that's what we want.

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