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Wordpress child theme created/hand coded for the Genesis framework

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Project Description

We’re looking for someone experienced in Wordpress Multisite and Genesis Child Theme Creation.

We need a Wordpress child theme created/hand coded for the Genesis framework based on an example that we have already designed.
1. The theme has 8 pages that will need custom fields in the back-end to match the front-end content (see attachment). For example, the “about page” will need fields in the back-end such as “location/city”, “certifications”, “education”, etc.
2. The “location” custom field will need to be searchable from a directory of the 50 US states on the multisite root website ex. [url removed, login to view]”directory-of-states”
3. We need this theme to be very easy for the user to be able to setup and populate content. We are open to suggestions such as front end editing.

We need this project completed in the next 3 to 4 days.

Project is defined as a "work-for-hire" project. We own 100% of your work on this project, free and clear, including the results of your work, your efforts, proposals and suggestions with regards to this project.

Project will be paid over three equal milestones:
1st milestone released upon start of work.
2nd milestone released upon completion of design, all pages, and assets uploaded to our server.
3rd milestone released 14 days after we take the site live to the public AND all reported and remaining bugs are fixed.

Please bid ONLY on this project if you have proficiency in WordPress Multisite and Genesis Framework theme and custom development.

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