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Existing Video Tutorial Website Needs Interface Tweaks, Account Management and PayPal Payment System

This project was awarded to hafeezmuhammad for $500 USD.

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I've created a video tutorial website to sell videos.



You can view the site at:

[url removed, login to view]



I based the design on a different tutorial website:

[url removed, login to view]



You'll notice a resemblance ; )



The website is only a front end design. It was originally created with iWeb and needs to be tweaked so the visual elements work with Internet Explorer, FireFox and Chrome.



Additionally, I need to have a PayPal payment system implemented and a customer account / login system. I already have a PayPal business account set up.



The website allows users to purchase individual videos or purchase all of them. This means that the database should work in such a way that when a user logs in, they'll be able to watch the videos they've purchased, or purchase additional videos. Their subscription does not expire. Once they purchase the videos, they have unlimited access.



I should have an administrator log in that allows me to see all of the users, which videos they've purchased, their contact information, etc. I should also have the ability to create accounts that have access to certain videos, allowing someone to sample the content.



The videos have already been created and will be hosted on a VIMEO Pro account:

[url removed, login to view]



On the site, you'll notice several forms: Contact, Login, etc. Currently, Im using JotForm for these, but we'll need to have real forms created for the finished product.



Google Analytics should also be implemented.



I can provide all graphics, what I really need here is someone who can build a solid back-end system while making small modifications to the interface code and who understands that sometimes we need to add a feature because it makes a good product, even if it wasn't laid out in the original proposal.



Also, please let me know what technology/system you would like to use for the back-end.

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