18272 Web design/SEO/FTP programme
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Coder required to produce Windows environment programme. Programme functions must include: Query of ALL (Google, MSN, Yahoo, Ask, Overture) major search engines for user defined search queries User defined limits to the amount of queries returned. Search results to be automatically catalogued and saved. User then is able to search a database of articles (to be provided) on a given subject using the search results returned. These results then get auto built into HTML pages from templates, which should be editable from within the programme in a graphical style (ala Xsitepro's template system) with nav links throughout and a site map automatically generated with a Google site map also generated. Important points, all Meta tags must be created using the search results from the query and be relevant to the page generated from the database article. Templates should be CSS and "token" driven so that advanced users can edit HTML/CSS of the templates and insert the tokens where they see fit. End results must be HTML 4.0 compliant. Users must be able to easily and simply add there Google Adsense details and this must be added to every generated page as specified in the template. No database/PHP/ASP code is to be used in the final HTML. FTP Client to upload resulting generated pages. All code and copyright to pass to our company on completion. Payment: Initial payment upfront to get project started. Stage payments throughout. Final payment with target driven incentive on completion. Support and development costs to be given (ballpark figures are fine). Thank you for taking time to consider our project we look forward to receiving your quotes.
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