We have a very small website that needs to be built. The basic requirements is a site built around two page templates - Home page, and an internal page. The final site will have approx 7 pages in all. The 2 creative templates will be provided in .pst files which are being designed currently. I am looking for a quote on the following:
• Mark Up to HTML5, Using CSS3 style sheets
• Input of the site into Umbraco CMS (.NET)
• All content, buttons etc can be edited through the CMS
• Guidelines as to how to install the new site on our existing server that already runs Umbraco
• The functionality requirements for the site are very small (google map, and basic contact us form) we have these modules already built in our current umbraco CMS and would like to use these.
The site is an information site, with minimal functionality. The successful winner will be provided with a full functional specification document, and the creative.
The timelines to delivery are creative to be delivered (no later than) on the 29th July to successful applicant with the site built and installed for testing on the 15th Aug.
Further requirements for the website - There is no variance allowed from the following requirements without written confirmation.
- Written in xHTML5
- Use an external stylesheet, and proper CSS3 markup
- Comply to the widths specified in the markup
- No inline styles. All styles from an externally linked stylesheet. - no exceptions
- Use CSS and Divs, and not tables for layout.
- Use a valid xHTML doctype
- Use CSS and avoid using one-time-use static images - for instance, buttons should be re-usable elements, not just graphics whenever possible
- Use standard header tags (<h1>, <h2>) for page titles and headers
- Wrap text in <p> tags, and <span> tags
- Ensure compatibility with all of the following browsers:
across all platforms - IE6 and up, Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome,
- Ensure compatibility with all of the following Operating systems:
Mac, Windows, iOS, Android
- Prefer transparent .gif over transparent .png for better IE support
- Use descriptive "alt" tags on images wherever possible
- Absolutely no Flash of any kind anywhere on the site
- All text must be written in markup. No text as images - if an exception is to be made, please contact us first
- For any CSS background image swaps, please use a single image, and offset the position of the image, rather than using separate images wherever possible
- Use descriptive names for div names and div classes. For instance, name your divs things like #catalog, and #features, and not #div1, or #leftside.
- please remember that we will be editing and maintaining this website ourselves, so help us with comments and descriptive names whenever possible