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Information Architect (151926) - EA - Burnaby, BC

2018 Drupal Jobs from Indeed - Tue, 10/09/2018 - 19:00
5+ years experience with content management systems, authoring tools (Atlassian Confluence, Adobe Experience Manager, Drupal, OpenText, etc.)....
From T-Net BC - Tue, 09 Oct 2018 19:00:02 GMT - View all Burnaby, BC jobs
Categories: Drupal

AEM Lead Developer - CGI - Vancouver, BC

2018 Drupal Jobs from Indeed - Tue, 10/09/2018 - 18:40
Experience with other Web Content Management Systems such as WordPress, Drupal, Kentico, or Interwoven. The Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Lead Developer will...
From CGI - Tue, 09 Oct 2018 18:40:20 GMT - View all Vancouver, BC jobs
Categories: Drupal

Computational Biologist, Software Developer - BC Cancer Agency - Vancouver, BC

NodeJS jobs - Tue, 10/09/2018 - 18:39
The Genome Sciences Centre (GSC) is seeking a full-time Software Developer to join our Variant Databases team in a state of the art, high throughput genomics...
From BC Cancer Agency - Tue, 09 Oct 2018 18:39:00 GMT - View all Vancouver, BC jobs
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Drupal Association blog: A Successful Drupal Global Training Day in Kerala, India

News from Planet Drupal - Tue, 10/09/2018 - 17:56

This is a guest blog by Lijo Abraham and Ali Fathima N. A. to tell you about a recent Global Training Days event in Kerala.


Group photo by Sumesh S (sumesh_sr)

A Drupal Global Training Day (GTD) was held in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India on September 29, welcoming 60 participants representing diverse sectors, including students from engineering colleges, software professionals, and government officials. The event created momentum to form the Drupal Community in Kerala.

The International Centre for Free and Open Source Software (ICFOSS)—an autonomous institution under the Government of Kerala that is mandated with propagation, promotion, and development of Free and Open Source Software—donated the event. Zyxware Technologies provided the technical partnership for the GTD.

The GTD had eminent personalities addressing the participants and sharing their experiences. In the inaugural address, M. Sivasankar IAS, Secretary of the E&IT Department for the Government of Kerala, stressed the role played by the Kerala Government in enabling the technology ecosystem in India. 

Dr. Rajeev R. R., Program Head of ICFOSS, welcomed the participants. Thomas P. Thomas, CEO of Zyxware Technologies, offered an Introduction to Drupal, the Drupal Community, and the GTD.

Vimal Joseph, Senior Manager of Technology at Zyxware Technologies, presented a session on 'Fueling the Digital Transformation with Drupal'—which was followed by open questions and answers regarding Drupal. 

A case study on 'Multi-site Platform for a Government Agency' was presented by Mathew T. Abraham, a Project Manager at Zyxware Technologies. Participants interacted directly with the speakers.


Fuelling Digital Transformation with Drupal, photo by Sudheesh S. Babu.

Presentations were followed by hands-on Drupal workshops. Drupal developers of Zyxware Technologies namely  Abhinand Gokhala, Sumesh S, Jijo Joseph, Sudheesh S. Babu, Jithin Prabhakaran, Sahal V. A., Jeslin Shaji and Ali Fathima N. A. provided individual attention to the participants. Workshops led by Krishna R. P., Technical Project Manager, and Ajish J. Pulikottil, Technical Consultant, offered an introduction to Drupal, installing, and how to build a simple Drupal 8 application. Nearly a dozen staff from ICFOSS and Zyxware Technologies volunteered at the event as well.

The workshop on Drupal has been very inspiring. I am feeling delighted to have been a part of this and will try to continue with the wave approach on society with this positive technique,” stated Aishwarya Soman Nair, a student at Saintgits College of Engineering.

Overall, participants’ feedback stated that this was a new, helpful opportunity to learn more about Drupal in detail. Participants were awarded certificates of participation.

One of the best workshops I have attended. The training was inspiring, informative, and its method of delivery was so easy to receive. I am interested in forthcoming open source training also,” said Raveena R. Marangattu, a student at Saintgits College of Engineering.

You can be part of Global Training Days

Get involved with Global Training Days! Join the group and host an event this November 30-December 1.

Categories: Drupal

Acro Media: Drupal 9 in 2020. What That Means for Drupal 7 and 8

News from Planet Drupal - Tue, 10/09/2018 - 14:45

It was recently announced that 2020 will be the year Drupal 9 is officially released into the wild. The exact date hasn’t been set, but we can now look forward to the 9.0 release that year. The announcement also gave us an official End of Life date of November 2021 for Drupal 7 AND Drupal 8. So, what does this mean if you’re currently running or developing a site on one of those versions? In this post, I’ll explain.

What this means for Drupal 8?

Drupal 8 is built around a concept of continuous innovation. What this means is that new features and backwards-compatible changes are continuously added. When an old system or code is depreciated, instead of removing it, it stays in the codebase. This ensures that custom code and contributed modules will continue to work and have time to update. Eventually, there will be an excess amount of depreciated code and dependencies and there will be a need to remove it. That is one of the reasons for the release of Drupal 9. All that old stuff gets removed and we start fresh with the latest and greatest technology.

The great thing about Drupal 8 is that by the time Drupal 9 is released all of the modules and custom code in your site should be up-to-date. Therefor, updating from 8 to 9 is no different than from 8.5 to 8.6. Clean and painless!

And that’s the point. This method of building and releasing versions will continue for the foreseeable future which is why we like to say that a migration to the latest Drupal will be the last migration you ever need.

What this means for Drupal 7?

Unfortunately, Drupal 7 is a different story. When Drupal 7 reaches end of life in November of 2021, it will no longer be supported by the community at large. There are plans to release a Drupal 7 version that uses the latest version of PHP. There is also a paid support program planned (similar to Drupal 6 LTS) that will allow people and organizations unable or unwilling to migrate to continue to keep their sites secure. But really, your best course of action is to plan for a migration to Drupal 8 by 2020. This keeps your site current and guarantees it’s security moving forward.

The codebase between 7 and 8 is entirely different so a migration to Drupal 8 is a pretty big undertaking. You could call it replatforming. Drupal 8 does however include a built in data migration tool that will make the move easier. You might still need some help though depending on your site requirements and edge cases. Plus, data is one thing, but you would also need to move your theme, too. The silver lining is that migrating presents an opportunity to freshen up the look of your site and increase site speed with the latest software. For more information on what is involved in a migration, check out this post.

Like I mentioned earlier in this post, a migration to Drupal 8 may likely be the last migration you ever need since subsequent major version updates (i.e. from 8 to 9) should be very quick and easy. Once you’ve made that initial investment migrating to Drupal 8, you can rest assured that you won't have to go through that process again, possibly forever.

Migration experts

Acro Media is a Drupal agency specialized in eCommerce. We help build and maintain successful eCommerce websites as well as the underlying Drupal Commerce platform. We are also heavily involved in the development of Drupal’s migration tools. If you want to discuss what a migration might look like for your business, talk to us! We’re happy to help.

Categories: Drupal

Developer needed for deployment of WordPress website - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Tue, 10/09/2018 - 14:42
Developer needed for deployment of WordPress theme and content.  Theme will need color changes / graphics updates.  Content for website will be pulled from company brochure.


Posted On: October 09, 2018 20:11 UTC
Category: Web, Mobile & Software Dev > Web Development
Skills: Adobe Photoshop, Graphic Design, Web Design, Website Development, WordPress
Country: United States
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Wordpress Site Design Refresh - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Tue, 10/09/2018 - 13:24
Mbryonic are a digital studio developing VR and AR applications for global clients.
We have an existing website (www.mbryonic.com) built on Wordpress using a custom theme and we’d like to do a refresh on the design and implementation. So we are seeking a designer / front-end developer to update our theme and make minor modifications to Wordpress where necessary.
For this design we’d like to accomplish the following:
- Update the home page design to better show off our visual assets and increase the sense of professionalism
- Improve our SEO ranking throughout
- Reduce bounce-rate and increase conversions. We have a few popular articles but they read then leave - we’d like to reduce this
- Add a live chat function
- Currently a lot of the front page is hard coded, and we’d like to make this more customisable from the admin page.
- Fix issue where Inline videos in articles are not scaling nicely across mobile and desktop.

Much of the structure and content of the site we would like to keep unchanged. We are currently going through the articles to make them more SEO friendly. So this is mostly a visual refresh, but ideas are also welcome.


Posted On: October 09, 2018 20:11 UTC
Category: Web, Mobile & Software Dev > Web & Mobile Design
Skills: CSS3, HTML5, Web Design, Website Development, WordPress
Country: United Kingdom
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Drupal Modules: The One Percent: Drupal Modules: The One Percent — Login History (video tutorial)

News from Planet Drupal - Tue, 10/09/2018 - 13:01
Drupal Modules: The One Percent — Login History (video tutorial) NonProfit Tue, 10/09/2018 - 08:01 Episode 47

Here is where we bring awareness to Drupal modules running on less than 1% of reporting sites. Today we'll check out Login History, a module logs details of user logins.

Categories: Drupal

Web developer needed (JS / WP / Animate) for finalising + optimising www.rubenvanleer.studio - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Tue, 10/09/2018 - 10:53
[looking for freelancers in similar timezone (not India etc); please don't call/text me on my phone; best to contact me through UpWork; thank you!]


Project description:

I'm a film director / visual artist. And run a shared digital studio in Amsterdam, with more client-work currently in the process.

For my personal projects-website www.rubenvanleer.studio I'm looking for a freelance web-developer with matching skills and vision/taste. The 3-pager website is 90% done; needs finalising + optimisation, and firstly migrate to other domain (www.rubenvanleer.com)

Job:
- Phase 1: domain migration + around 10 design fixes / optimisations (e.g. loading order);
- Phase 2: I need to load the website with final content and track testing front/back;
- Phase 3: finalisation, with expected another 10 details to be fixed by you.

Minimal skills needed:
- Keen on design aesthetics details;
- Responsiveness expert (desktop / smartphone version)
- Animation (also Adobe Animate element to work on)
- Javascript expertise
- Wordpress foundation
- Transparant clear-cut (English) communication

Please help me estimate the amount of work-time, to be discussed.

I need someone fluent English, with similar time-zone, 1 person hands-on work (no middle-man please).

And I'm looking for a longer term relationship > more (client / higher budget) work next. This personal page is a good intro case, to start a potential relationship.

Looking for the right match!

PS Previous (Russian) developer of this website does not have time anymore.


Posted On: October 09, 2018 20:11 UTC
Category: Web, Mobile & Software Dev > Web Development
Skills: Adobe Animate, CSS, CSS3, HTML, HTML5, JavaScript, jQuery, PHP, Web Design, Website Development, WordPress
Country: Netherlands
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Yoast SEO Wordpress 5 Keywords/ - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Tue, 10/09/2018 - 06:46
Configure Yoast SEO on my wordpress site to increase my rankings for a few different keywords.

www.improvisedelectronics.com

Keywords:

IED Electronics
IED Training Aids
Inert Ordnance
IED Circuit Boards
EOD 3D Printing


Posted On: October 09, 2018 10:11 UTC
Category: Sales & Marketing > SEO - Search Engine Optimization
Skills: Content Writing, Google Analytics, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), SEO Backlinking, SEO Keyword Research, WordPress, Yoast SEO
Country: United States
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Dries Buytaert: From a world wide web to a personal web

News from Planet Drupal - Tue, 10/09/2018 - 03:58

Last week, I had a chance to meet with Inrupt, a startup founded by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, who is best known as the inventor of the World Wide Web. Inrupt is based in Boston, so their team stopped by the Acquia office to talk about the new company.

To learn more about Inrupt's founding, I recommend reading Tim Berners-Lee's blog or Inrupt's CEO John Bruce's announcement.

Inrupt is on an important mission

Inrupt's mission is to give individuals control over their own data. Today, a handful of large platform companies (such as Facebook) control the media and flow of information for a majority of internet users. These companies have profited from centralizing the Open Web and lack transparent data privacy policies on top of that. Inrupt's goal is not only to improve privacy and data ownership, but to take back power from these large platform companies.

Inrupt will leverage Solid, an open source, decentralized web platform that Tim and others have been developing at MIT. Solid gives users a choice of where their personal data is stored, how specific people and groups can access select elements, and which applications can use it. Inrupt is building a commercial ecosystem around Solid to fuel its success. If Solid and/or Inrupt are widely adopted, it could radically change the way web sites and web applications work today.

As an advocate for the Open Web, I'm excited to see how Inrupt's mission continues to evolve. I've been writing about the importance of the Open Web for many years and even proposed a solution that mirrors Solid, which I called a Personal Information Broker. For me, this is an especially exciting and important mission, and I'll be rooting for Inrupt's success.

My unsolicited advice: disrupt the digital marketing world

It was really interesting to have the Inrupt team visit the Acquia office, because we had the opportunity to discuss how their technology could be applied. I shared a suggestion to develop a killer application that surround "user-controlled personalization".

Understanding visitors' interests and preferences to deliver personalized experiences is a big business. Companies spend a lot of time and effort trying to scrape together information about its website's visitors. However, behavior-based personalization can be slow and inaccurate. Marketers have to guess a visitor's intentions by observing their behavior; it can take a long time to build an accurate profile.

By integrating with a "Personal Information Broker" (PIB), marketers could get instant user profiles that would be accurate. When a user visits a site, they could chose to programmatically share some personal information (using a standard protocol and standard data schema). After a simple confirmation screen, the PIB could programmatically share that information and the site would instantly be optimized for the user. Instead of getting "cold leads" and trying to learn what each visitor is after, marketers could effectively get more "qualified leads".

It's a win not only for marketers, but a win for the site visitor too. To understand how this could benefit site visitors, let's explore an example. I'm 6'5" tall, and using a commerce site to find a pair of pants that fit can be a cumbersome process. I wouldn't mind sharing some of my personal data (e.g. inseam, waist size, etc) with a commerce site if that meant I would instantly be recommended pants that fit based on my preferences. Or if the store has no pants that would fit, it could just tell me; Sorry, we currently have no pants long enough for you!. It would provide me a much better shopping experience, making it much more likely for me to come back and become a long-time customer.

It's a simple idea that provides a compelling win-win for both the consumer and retailer, and has the opportunity to disrupt the digital sales and marketing world. I've been thinking a lot about user-controlled personalization over the past few years. It's where I'd like to take Acquia Lift, Acquia's own personalization product.

Inrupt's success will depend on good execution

I love what Solid and Inrupt are building because I see a lot of potential in it. Disrupting the digital marketing world is just one way the technology could be applied. Whatever they decide to focus on, I believe they are onto something important that could be a foundational component of the future web.

However, it takes a lot more than a good idea to build a successful company. For startups, it's all about good execution, and Inrupt has a lot of work to do. Right now, Inrupt has prototype technology that needs to be turned into real solutions. The main challenge is not building the technology, but to have it widely adopted.

For an idea this big, Inrupt will have to develop a protocol (something Tim Berners-Lee obviously has a lot of experience with), build out a leading Open Source reference implementation, and foster a thriving community of developers that can help build integrations with Drupal, WordPress and hundreds of other web applications. Last but not least, Inrupt needs to look for a sustainable business model by means of value-added services.

The good news is that by launching their company now, Inrupt has put themselves on the map. With Tim Berners-Lee's involvement, Inrupt should be able to attract top talent and funding for years to come.

Long story short, I like what Inrupt is doing and believe it has a lot of potential. I'm not sure what specific problem and market they'll go after, but I think they should consider going after "user-controlled personalization" and disrupt the digital marketing world. Regardless, I'll be paying close attention, will be cheering for their success and hopefully find a way to integrate it in Acquia Lift!

Categories: Drupal

[HELP] Simple combine all reviews into one review plugin

Talk about plugins - Tue, 10/09/2018 - 03:20

Hi,

I need a simple plugin that will take the default reviews and add the title of the product in between The username and comment of the review. Secondly, I need it to display all reviews from all plugins when a user clicks reviews. The total reviews should reflect on the star reviews at the top of the page.

Happy to pay for it, message me with you price.

Cheers!

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Wordpress Speed And Plugin Optimization - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Tue, 10/09/2018 - 03:16
1. Site will grade above 90 on GTXmetric and all other website speed testers
2. Freelancer will have history of performing wordpress site speed and optimization


We only want the results of speed and a high performing site with all of the plugins.

This includes images, texts, jquery, and everything to be optimized and speedy


Posted On: October 09, 2018 10:11 UTC
Category: Web, Mobile & Software Dev > Web Development
Country: United States
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Valuebound: Implement These Modules to Make Your Drupal Site More Secure

News from Planet Drupal - Tue, 10/09/2018 - 02:28
Implement These Modules to Make Your Drupal Site More Secure

A website with a security hole could be a nightmare for your business, leaving regular users untrusted. The security breach is not just about the website resources, but it could be putting up the website reputation at stake and injecting harmful data in the server & executing them. There could be many ways to do that. One of them is an Automated script, which scans your website and looks up for the sensitive part and tries to bypass the web security with injected code.

I believe you might be thinking of your website now.

  • Whether your website is fully secured or not? 
  • How to make sure everything ships on our website is generic? And how to protect them? 

As a Drupal Developer, I’ve come across some of the contributed module available on Drupal.org that can help your site in dealing with security issues. Still, I can’t assure, by applying those modules, you can safeguard your website. But it’s always recommended to follow the set guideline & utilize the modules to minimize the security breaches. 

Let’s take a look at those modules:

Secure Pages

We all know that moving an application from HTTP to HTTPS gives an additional layer of security, which can be trusted by the end users. Unlike regular modules, you just don’t need to follow regular module installations instead your server should be SSL enabled.

Currently, it is available for Drupal 7 only.
Ref URL: https://www.Drupal.org/project/securepages

Security Kit

The Kit itself is a collection of multiple vulnerabilities such as Cross-site scripting, Cross-site Request Forgery, Clickjacking, SSL/TLS. With the help of security kit module, we can mitigate the common risk of vulnerabilities. Some of the vulnerabilities have already been taken care by Drupal core like clickjacking introduced in 7.50 version.

Currently, it’s available for both Drupal 7 and Drupal 8.
Ref URL: https://www.Drupal.org/project/seckit

Password Policy

This module is used to enforce users to follow certain rules while setting up the password. A web application with weaker security implementation, allow hackers to guess password easily. That’s the reason you get password policy instruction while setting up the password. It’s not just a fancy password, but secure & difficult to guess.

# Password should include 1 Capital letter
# Password should include 1 Numeric
# Password should include 1 Special Character
# Password should MIn & Max Character

This module is currently available for both Drupal 7 and Drupal 8.
Ref URL: https://www.Drupal.org/project/password_policy

Paranoia

This module looks for places in the user interface, where an end user can misuse the input area and block them. Few features that need to showcase here are:

# Disable permission "use PHP for block visibility".
# Disable creating “use the PHP” filter.
# Disable user #1 editing.
# Prevent risky permissions.
# Disable disabling this module. 

Currently, it’s available for Drupal 7 and Drupal 8.
Ref URL: https://www.Drupal.org/project/paranoia

Flood Control

This module provides an Administrative UI to manage user based on UID & User-IP. There is configuration available to manage user restriction based on the nth number of the wrong hit by user ID/IP. We already know that Drupal core has a shield mechanism to protect their user with five unsuccessful logins hit, users get blocked for an hour/minute. With the help of the contributed module, we can dig it a bit.

Currently, it’s available for Drupal 7.
Ref URL: https://www.Drupal.org/project/flood_control

Automated logout

In terms of user safety, the site administrator can force log out users, if there is no activity from the user end. On top of that, it provides various other configurations like:

# Set timeout based on roles.
# Allow users to log in for a longer period of time.
# User has the ability to set their own time.

Currently, it’s available for Drupal 7 and Drupal 8.
Ref URL: https://www.Drupal.org/project/autologout

Security Review

This module checks for basic mistakes that we do while setting up a Drupal website. Just untar the module & enable it. This will run an automated security check and produce a result. Remember this won’t fix the errors. You need to manually fix them. Let's take a look at some of the security features that need to be tested by the module:

# PHP or Javascript in content
# Avoid information disclosure
# File system permissions/Secure private files/Only safe upload extensions
# Database errors
# Brute-force attack/protecting against XSS
# Protecting against access misconfiguration/phishing attempts.

Currently, it’s available for Drupal 7.
Ref URL: https://www.Drupal.org/project/security_review

Hacked

This tool helps developer avoid adding messy code directly to their contributed module, instead of applying patches or new release update. It works on a very simple logic. It scans all the modules & themes available on your site. Download them and compare it with an existing module to make sure modules/themes are on correct shape. The result will give you information on changed module/theme and the rest of the thing you are well aware of - what needs to be done?

Currently, it’s available for Drupal 7 and Drupal 8.
Ref URL: https://www.Drupal.org/project/hacked
 

All of the above modules are my recommendation that a Drupal website should have. Some contributed module will resolve your security issues by providing correct configuration and some of them are just an informer. They will let you know the issue. But you need to manually fix those issue.
 
Further, these contributed modules provide the atomic security based on the complexity of your site and types of user available. You can look up for the security module and protect your site against anonymous.

We, at Valuebound - a Drupal CMS development company, help enterprises with Drupal migration, Drupal support, third-party integration, performance tuning, managed services, and others. Get in touch with our Drupal experts to find out how you can enhance user experience and increase engagement on your site.

xaiwant Tue, 10/09/2018 - 07:58
Categories: Drupal

Website redesign for luxury hotel brand (WP) - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Tue, 10/09/2018 - 01:33
We are a 5* boutique luxury resort in Zanzibar and looking to revamp our website so that it can reflect our brand better (www.whitesandvillas.com).


In terms of esthetic, I specifically, I look up to these competitors:
https://www.bequiabeachhotel.com/
https://www.songsaa.com/
https://www.edenroccapcana.com/
https://www.chevalblanc.com/randheli/en

The content exists in current WP, the idea is to use the same text and structure but have a much better presentation and perhaps CTAs/suggestions for improvement. Our current website does not reflect our brand well, it is text heavy, hard to navigate or find info.

Other specs:
- For room presentation, I like this style: https://www.songsaa.com/en/villas
- For page that is currently structured like this: https://www.whitesandvillas.com/experience/ I would like to break down the sections into separate subpages
- 3 languages: EN, FR, DE
- needs to be in WP, I need to be able to update texts and images from time to time and not proprietary CMS

We are small, 11 rooms so I don't think to go to an agency - our budget is more limited, but I am looking for an experienced individual to work on this, preferably with portfolio in luxury hospitality or brand.

If you are interested, please contact me with a link to your portfolio and any item you might see fit.

Thank you,
Natalia


Posted On: October 09, 2018 10:11 UTC
Category: Web, Mobile & Software Dev > Web Development
Skills: CSS, Web Design, Website Development, WordPress
Country: Poland
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[HELP] Only capturing woocommerce orders that are processing/completed issue

Talk about plugins - Mon, 10/08/2018 - 23:08

I have a php bot that posts onto discord when ever a new woocommerce order comes in. My problem is it posts when a failed order, pending payment order comes in. I want it to wait until the order changes to processing, or completed payment before approving. I have this so far:

$allowed_statuses = apply_filters( 'wp_discord_post_allowed_order_statuses', array( 'on-hold', 'processing', 'completed' ) ); if ( ! in_array( $order->get_status(), $allowed_statuses ) ) { return false; }

The problem is, the orders go to Pending Payment first so it refuses to work unless I add 'pending' but then it just posts all pending orders even if they turn into failed orders.

I tried adding a sleep but it just sleeps their entire checkout process until it fails then it continues without posting.

What options do I have here?

I should note this is triggered as soon as they hit the place order button

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Website Designer Required - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Mon, 10/08/2018 - 21:59
We are a building materials supplier looking for someone to redesign our current website. The person will need to be experienced in Word Press and Beaver Builder and have prior experience with web and graphic design. The right candidate will reinterpret our ideas in to a well designed and streamlined site that is easy to navigate. Information will be provided one page at a time as per our brief and we will supply the content required for the site.

Current site is www.durapanel.co.nz


Posted On: October 09, 2018 01:11 UTC
Category: Web, Mobile & Software Dev > Web & Mobile Design
Skills: Graphic Design, Web Design, Website Development, WordPress
Country: New Zealand
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myDropWizard.com: Announcing Drupal 6.45 (and selected contrib) for PHP 7.2!

News from Planet Drupal - Mon, 10/08/2018 - 21:45

If you haven't heard yet, PHP 5 will reach the end of its security support (from the upstream project) in December of this year.

During DrupalCon Baltimore we announced that we'd be updating Drupal 6 to work with PHP 7.2, and, in September, we announced that we'd be making a big push to get that live with a couple of our customers.

Finally, we have something to show for it! :-)

So far, we've only tested with a few sites, so I'm sure there's some additional issues and bugs we haven't encountered yet. But we have an initial release of Drupal core and some selected contrib modules that work with PHP 7.2 in our testing.

And all our work so far has been released back to the community!

Read more for the details :-)

Categories: Drupal

Wordpress Woocommerce Migration from Joomla Hikashop - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Mon, 10/08/2018 - 20:47
I have an existing site in Joomla / Hikashop and am moving to wordpress / woocommerce. I want to  replicate the look and feel of the old site and possibly make it better. So I have all artwork etc.

- Joomla Pages have been migrated to wordpress posts using wordpress plugins.
- You will configure DIVI theme or yootheme to match the old Joomla template I prefer clean code and a standard theme with elements manipulated using css as needed.
- You will create all menus in wordpress to match the old ones in joomla.
- You will create all blog posts and blog pages in wordpress to match the old ones in joomla
- You will configure woocommerce product pages to match the old ones in hikashop
- It's ok if the urls are not a match. But the look of it and content should be similar.

I would like this done by Saturday OCT-13-2018


Posted On: October 09, 2018 01:11 UTC
Category: Web, Mobile & Software Dev > Web & Mobile Design
Skills: CSS, Web Design, WordPress
Country: United States
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Install & Configure WPML & Add Spanish Pages (already written) - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Mon, 10/08/2018 - 19:44
I have a law site that has given me some spanish translation to about 15 of their pages.  I purchased WPML plugin and need it installed and configured to work with the site, then I need the spanish pages added where applicable.  The language switcher can be at very top of page that allows someone to switch between english and spanish on the affected pages.

Spanish content is already written- just need it inserted in the correct matching English pages on the website.


Posted On: October 09, 2018 01:11 UTC
Category: Web, Mobile & Software Dev > Web & Mobile Design
Skills: WordPress, Wordpress Plugin
Country: United States
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