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September 16, 2011, 08:59:37 PM
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Hi,

I am looking for an ASP Classic Developer who can help me make edits to my site theodysseyonline.com and theodysseyonline.com/recruitment


tasks will include but are not limited to
1. Updating images from an adobe illustrator file (currently fuzzy and crappy)
2. Updating our method of input to control available positions on /recruitment
3. Modifying internal pages to display the recruitment_dashboard (which is how we control the available positions) Basically using our userroles to setup permissions

4. Various tidying using javascript
5. Other CSS and layout changes throughout our intranet


I am looking for someone 20-40 hrs a week to help me out. There is additional work down the road, so this could be an ongoing relationship. Please send me your hourly rate, and sample of work.


You would have access to all source code.
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You don't mention that payment is in bitcoin (or can be?)

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