Our site is written in a language called Python, on a platform called Django.
We have some extremely important updates needed on our site - it's an e-tailer site, just FYI. Knowledge of the languages listed above is crucial. Take a look at the site here:
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(NOTE: Web address provided so you know what I am referring to in this posting, and what you'll be getting yourself into ;) - this is not an attempt to circumnavigate policy or commissions. Will only respond to those who follow the scriptlance rules.)
Biggest problem: original programmer (no longer available) did not give me access to the page called "Gift Shoppe". I need a way to access that page and change links as needed. Programmer gave me an "Admin Area" from which to access most of the site, but not this extremely important area. I can't change the links, thus cannot direct my customers to the new pages they want to see and shop from. MAJOR PROBLEM for us, but as the template exists for other parts of the site, such as the "Reading Room" area, you may only need to apply the format from one area into another. (???)
I'm not versed in this language, but I believe the changes need to be made at the server level...not the ftp level, if that makes any sense.
Second issue: On the front page, there are month dates. When I enter new releases, the front page shows the current plus past 2 months. I need those month names to be moved up one. As it is now, if I want to program April's upcoming releases, the only way they will be seen is if I program them under March. This should be an easy fix - just moving the "month" images one up, but again, programmer did not give me access to fix it myself.
Third Issue: Space allotted for label images on front page - could that be made larger by a small amount so I do not have to crop and reduce my images?
Fourth Issue: Just found another glitch. The "Table of Potion Powers" located off of the Reading Room page has ceased functioning. Old Programmer mentioned something about "re-starting Django" when our website went down inexplicably a month ago. Could this be a similar issue? Does Django need to be "re-started" in this area too????
These are my most crucial issues right now, but I am looking for someone for the long term, a go-to person for whenever we need updates and fixes. Either way - just this job only or if you're interested in on-going employment, please contact.
Thanks very much!
P.S. Future employment could include helping us create an affiliate program, a new shopping cart - ours is reallllly old - mobile app, etc. Also have work available for creating another site(s) from scratch - in easier formats, but this job is TOP PRIORITY. Thanks! :)