Please see attached before reading on. You might find this to be an interesting project.
1. You will see a drop-down menu. I have already populated it with the needed values. I would to have this drop down formatted in the same way as seen on the [url removed, login to view] home page.
[url removed, login to view] will see below the drop-down menu an input box. When it is clicked on, I would like to have a calendar appear pretty much exactly as seen on the expedia site (e.g. [url removed, login to view]). The date format is to be yyyy/mm/dd.
3. Below the input box you will see the information that is to be manipulated.
a. this data is to be contained in xml (unless you have a better method to store this information, but no databases please)
b. When a value is selected from the list box (e.g. Trust Company Employees), you will only see the information pertaining to "Trust Company Employees)
c. Notice the timeframe column; here is where the calendar from the input box comes into play. Instead of seeing "Upon Hire", "At 3 Months After Hire" for examples, you will be seeing the actual dates. So, when Timeframe = "Upon Hire", you will see the date selected from the input box. If timeframe = "At 3 Months After Hire", then you will see the date selected from box, plus three months: eg. 2007/11/03 would translate into 2008/02/03.
d. When "View all departments" is selected, I would like to disable the date functionality, so the timeframe column would actually show "Upon Hire", "At 3 Months After Hire" etc. In this view, I would like to be able to control which items display in which order (eg. Funds Services, All Employees, etc).
e. Finally, I will need a print hyperlink at the bottom of the page.
It would be really nice if this can be done without <form></form> tags. But if it can't be then it's ok. If it can be done without them, please let me know in your bids.
Besides the actual data being contained in xml (or if you have an alternate method), I would like the server-side scripting to be in asp or ajax. No php. Although asp.net 1.1 is a possible option, I would like to stay away from it.
I am excited and look forward to working with you. No generic bids please.