Simple help page in HTML, only 5 pages required

  • Status Completed
  • Budget $30 - $250 USD
  • Total Bids 23

Project Description

I have a web site that is up and running, and I provide four different methods for people to engage with the content of the site, which changes at least once daily: Facebook, Twitter, RSS and Windows 8.1 tiles. I need five simple HTML pages: one showing the four methods of interaction and another showing how to set the interaction for each of the previously mentioned services.

The five pages will be pre-set in terms of width and height (it will be a pop up that will show in the site, windows pixels set already), and I will provide all texts. The graphics will be mainly, if not only, portions of screen shots, showing how to do the settings. This is common stuff, for example: like our page, and enable notifications for our content in Facebook. Each page should be very simple. I can provide all screen shots to take portions from if required.

A person that knows HTML and design basics should get this done within a day.

If interested, please send me a sample of how would you do the first page, basically a simple text saying there are four methods of interaction and allowing me to select one of them. You can send this sample in JPG with water marks if you want, I just want to evaluate your design skills. Please do not send bio and samples of other sites, just send me a sample of the very first page, if I like you will be selected immediately.

Once this mini project is done, we will talk about a lot of other similar projects I have for the same site. The site is 100% in Japanese, but if you want to see it regardless is here: [url removed, login to view] ... finally, to avoid bots biddings, please put in the subject of your reply " I can do ubirates! "

I will select fast, so get into ASAP. Happy bidding!

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