Generating output HTML code based on input values

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Project Description

What you would be working on shall be used by members on my wordpress site, so this is goes on the front end part of a wordpress site.

There are 2 primary parts to this project plus some basic CSS/HTML programming


Have a look at this picture: [url removed, login to view], you have to create a form for such background images that can be integrated with any one of the following auto responders: Aweber, GetResponse, MailChimp, iContact, ConstantContact, Instant Customer. All the elements of the form like text box, size, color, padding, input fonts, label font can be customized through a configurator*

*By configurator I mean a portal where a user enters some manual values in the text box, radio buttons, checkboxes and/or drop down and clicks on 'get code'. Based on his inputs an output code is generated.

Also there would be an option to load a specific set of values from the database.


The second part of the project basically deals with designing a configurator similar to that of Facebook's own like on this site (like button as well as Open graph tags) [url removed, login to view]: but with some additional functionality such as selectable and delectable vortex and branding. Link: [url removed, login to view]


Some basic CSS/HTML codes

• Looking for a function when someone clicks a picture it gets replaced by another picture

• An HTML of 2 column layout box for a similar style : [url removed, login to view]

• A tooltip feature that shows a message when someones clicks on an image [url removed, login to view]

• Setting a cookie. If the cookies has expired then fire an event.

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