Hi all you freelancers out there.
I got two small and simple website scripts that i want to merge into one, but I´m not techy enough!
Right now I got both sites online so you can look at them and see what features there are.
([url removed, login to view] and [url removed, login to view])
The features do include the use of
All that regular website stuff.
What the websites do:
[url removed, login to view] Is the more advanced script. Users can log in and create a page, this page is locked with one of my cpa-contentlocker-widgets. The point is that if the user promotes a page and visitors complete cpa-offers the user will get points (and I will get money in my cpa-network account). The users points will then be redeemed through a "request reward" system that deducts points and send and email to me with whatever the user wanted to have as a reward. In the user-panel the user have options to monitor their pages statistics and create new ones on the fly, they can also chat using the ajax chat and change their profile information.
There are also a lot more functions both admin-specific and for the users. But dont worry, all the scripts are already there, we just have to use them.
[url removed, login to view] has the small script. This one just recognize the users Ip and connects the IP to a points log. It gives each IP a "referral url" and when the user spreads the url and get visitors to it, each visitor gives the user 1point. I want to bring this function into the big script so users can both do contentlocked pages and get points by spreading the url. I would rather have this connected to the users account id/name on the big script rather then Ip adress actually. But it might be good to have one database for page-points and one for link-points.
Basicly the job is:
1. merge the two sites into one, preferably using the design from /points site.
2. make sure all functionality is intact and keeping them all within one database if possible.
3. trying to explain to me what you did so i can run the site efficeíently :)
Ofcourse further instructions await those who bid. I have several pictures outlining my ideas.