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Need Custom Wordpress Shortcodes Created - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Tue, 05/14/2019 - 02:04
I am looking to have a series of custom wordpress shortcodes created for my site.  This is for a real estate website.  The plugin that the information comes from is WPL Pro.  Here's what I'm looking to accomplish:

The single property page for each site has a variety of information.  This includes things like bedrooms, bathrooms, price, address, etc).  I would like these fields turned into shortcodes.  The goal is to create some additional content that utilizes these fields on the particular page they are on.  For example if a home has 4 bedrooms, I would like a shortcake to be able to reference that 4 bedrooms other places on the page.  

This probably is a very simple job.  I understand how it works, just not how to do it.  My goal is to have this completed with 7 days.  I have a complete list of the desired shortcodes.  I believe its around 20-25.

Posted On: May 15, 2019 16:11 UTC
Category: Web, Mobile & Software Dev > Web Development
Skills: JavaScript, PHP, WordPress
Country: United States
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Set up Wordpress site with Flatsome/WooCommerce Theme and add to domain - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Tue, 05/14/2019 - 01:10
Just need the theme and initial set up in WordPress - content, images, etc., will be created on our end.

Posted On: May 15, 2019 16:11 UTC
Category: Web, Mobile & Software Dev > Ecommerce Development
Skills: Website Development, Woocommerce, WordPress
Country: Australia
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Senior Agile Developer - SAP Analytics Cloud (Tools & Infrastructure Team) - SAP - Vancouver, BC

NodeJS jobs - Tue, 05/14/2019 - 00:37
Developing RESTful APIs with modern technologies such as NodeJS, Golang. Regular Full Time....
From SAP - Tue, 14 May 2019 00:37:09 GMT - View all Vancouver, BC jobs
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Intermediate Software Developer - Bananatag - Vancouver, BC

NodeJS jobs - Mon, 05/13/2019 - 23:32
ABOUT US: Bananatag is a rapidly growing software company with offices in Vancouver (Gastown) and Kelowna. We solve communication problems for some of the...
From Bananatag - Mon, 13 May 2019 23:32:27 GMT - View all Vancouver, BC jobs
Categories: NodeJS

Senior Backend Developer - Cheeky Monkey Media - Kelowna, BC

Summer 2019 Drupal Jobs from Indeed - Mon, 05/13/2019 - 21:51
• Mentoring junior developers. We specialize in PHP and MySQL based Drupal development, but no previous Drupal experience is required....
From Cheeky Monkey Media - Mon, 13 May 2019 21:51:23 GMT - View all Kelowna, BC jobs
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Wordpress Elementor Theme Development and Content Migration - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Mon, 05/13/2019 - 21:05
Greetings -

Our team is looking for a Wordpress Elementor developer that can replicate an existing Wordpress site that is NOT in Elementor. Our goal is to replicate the site exactly as it is today using Elementor best practices.

- Images assets will all be migrated over. No need to make new ones.
- Direction on form submissions will be provided at a later time.
- Some Elementor work has already begun on our development site. The main task is to copy and paste text, build some accordion menus, etc.
- Roughly 30 static pages.
- Mobile and tablet optimization is a must.

Below is a link to the existing website:

Posted On: May 15, 2019 16:11 UTC
Category: Web, Mobile & Software Dev > Web Development
Skills: CSS, HTML, JavaScript, WordPress
Country: United States
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Electric Citizen: When to upgrade from Drupal 7

News from Planet Drupal - Mon, 05/13/2019 - 20:36

Drupal 7 was officially released in 2011, making it quite old in web years, though it still powers hundreds of thousands of websites worldwide.

Drupal 8 was released in 2015, but the path to upgrading has never been an easy one for Drupal websites (prior to 8). So our recommendation for most Drupal 7 site owners has been to wait– wait until you have the time, budget and other resources needed to do a full redesign and migration to Drupal 8.

But Drupal 7 isn’t going to last forever.

It’s official end of life has already been decided–November, 2021. A full ten years after its original release, Drupal 7 will no longer be officially supported. What this means is no more security patches or bug fixes.

It won’t just stop working, but without official support, Drupal 7 sites will become vulnerable to crashes, hacks and other vulnerabilities. There are private companies who will continue to support Drupal 7 sites after 2021 in exchange for a support contract. But officially, it will be unsupported and after 10 years of service, most sites could benefit greatly from a more modern CMS.

But when is the best time to upgrade? What will it take? What are potential problems, or gains? And why should you continue using Drupal in the future? Let’s break down these questions one by one.

Categories: Drupal

Need Website Galleries Updated on Wordpress and SEO optimized - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Mon, 05/13/2019 - 20:06
Addition of 10 Galleries
Looking for a Freelancer with capabilities to upload website galleries based on current theme, ensure images are optimized for SEO as well as ensure page speeds are not diminished.

Potential for future Wordpress work

Website for reference: www.onetoucheventsllc.com

Posted On: May 15, 2019 16:11 UTC
Category: Web, Mobile & Software Dev > Web & Mobile Design
Skills: Content Writing, Graphic Design, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), SEO Keyword Research, Usability Testing, WordPress
Country: United States
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Watershed Agricultural Council Website Technical Support & Production RFP

WorkPress Bids - Mon, 05/13/2019 - 19:54
The Watershed Council (WAC) is a ********* organization is seeking ********* from web services who can execute ************ technical support and *********** of special on two websites, and ********************* WAC's main website, , is an... (New York, United States)

[X-POST][HELP] Plugin Showing Content Based on Location Selected

Talk about plugins - Mon, 05/13/2019 - 17:20

I am working on a site for a grocery store that has multiple locations. I've been trying to find a plugin where the visitor can select their favorite store, and the site will show them content related to that store in different departments.

I've seen some plugins in the past that show content based on the geolocation of the visitor, but I think due to the proximity of some of these locations, it would be more ideal for them to select a store themselves instead.

Is this something possible with just a plugin, or would this require my team and I to create extra pages for the same/different content or utilize Wordpress Multisite?

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Front-end Developer - Ayima - Vancouver, BC

NodeJS jobs - Mon, 05/13/2019 - 17:18
Any work or experience with NodeJS. We pride ourselves on creating industry leading, award-winning work and our employees are at the very heart of that....
From Ayima - Mon, 13 May 2019 17:18:37 GMT - View all Vancouver, BC jobs
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[HELP] Plugin to show/compare two products/custom types

Talk about plugins - Mon, 05/13/2019 - 16:26

We have a bespoke landing page site which is custom built in CI but I think we could probably do the same in Wordpress and looking for a plugin to replace it

It has 3 templates, a Generic one (no product) , a "type A" page e.g. https://marketing.zynk.com/xero and a "Type A-Z" connector page e.g. https://marketing.zynk.com/xero/magento

Database has fields for Name, Description, Logo, Category, Featured - pretty basic stuff

So, essentially all pages are totally dynamic - there must be a Wordpress plugin that can do this? Looked around but can't find anything


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[HELP] Minimum addon quantities for Woocommerce

Talk about plugins - Mon, 05/13/2019 - 16:08

Hey Wordpressors!

I need to create a site whereby a visitor selects a product and has to choose a minimum of 5 add ons for that products.

In this case, they are selling snack platters so a visitor would choose to purchase a platter for 10 and then need to choose a minimum of 5 items to go on that platter (e.g: Samoosas, Meatballs, Sausages, Mini Pizzas etc). Each item has it's own price value and needs to be combined with the base price and the other selections to get the total product price.

Any suggestions?

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Phase2: Last Week’s DXP One-Two Punch

News from Planet Drupal - Mon, 05/13/2019 - 16:04

Digital experience platforms (DXPs) had a big moment this past week.

Categories: Drupal

Wordpress website update - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Mon, 05/13/2019 - 13:32
I have an old Wordpress website that has become uneditable and therefore needs to change to the new website that I am developing temporarily under another domain. As I don't have the time, I now need someone to transpose all the old website contents to the new site, bearing in mind the old template is different to the new template! Then once complete move it to the active domain and delete the old website.

Posted On: May 13, 2019 13:47 UTC
Category: Web, Mobile & Software Dev > Web & Mobile Design
Skills: Website Development, WordPress
Country: United Kingdom
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[HELP] Which affiliate link plugin should I choose?

Talk about plugins - Mon, 05/13/2019 - 12:21

Hello guys,

Any of you who can recommend a plugin to control, and cloak affiliate links in wordpress?

E.g. I want to cloak my affiliate link from



Best regards

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Agiledrop.com Blog: Top Drupal blog posts from April 2019

News from Planet Drupal - Mon, 05/13/2019 - 10:39

Since last month a lot of Drupalists were busy preparing for and traveling to DrupalCon, we wanted to give everyone a chance to catch up with important news and goings-on in the Drupalverse. To this end, here’s a recap of our favorite Drupal-related posts from last month.

Categories: Drupal

Wordpress Woocommerce Website and Zoho forms - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Mon, 05/13/2019 - 10:22

I currently have a multi-step checkout process on my woocommerce Wordpress site.

Currently, the customer chooses the item they wish to buy
They are then taking to a Wordpress custom-post-type questionnaire that is linked to that product.
Once they have completed the questionnaire, the item is added to the cart.

I would like to add another step to this process.

I would like to add a second form, where the customer enters their own details prior to the item being added to the shopping cart.

Form will be done in Zoho forms.

I would like someone to style this form for me on the website
To make it part of the multi-step check-out.
Information in this form will be saved to the user dashboard
When re-ordering an item from our website, the content of this form will remember what the user previously typed.

Posted On: May 13, 2019 13:47 UTC
Category: Web, Mobile & Software Dev > Web Development
Skills: Woocommerce, WordPress
Country: United Kingdom
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Wordpress, CSS customizations for new website version, some design work + transferring old pages - Upwork

WordPress Work From UpWork - Mon, 05/13/2019 - 10:19
We have a staging version of our website, the theme is chosen and installed. We need to have someone do style edits according to instructions for our posts. As for pages, most of them need to be rebuilt from scratch, using the same content from the current website but new tehme's layout + from our instructions. The website should go live in 4 weeks so the work would need to start right away. Current website: www.valoya.com

The new website theme uses Tatsu plugin for content building (drag-and-drop interface). A good sense of aesthetics is desirable.

*** Don't contact through personal skype / phone number / social media etc. Those offers won't be considered.

Posted On: May 13, 2019 13:47 UTC
Category: Web, Mobile & Software Dev > Web Development
Skills: CSS, Web Design, Website Development, WordPress
Country: Finland
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Web Omelette: Using Drupal 8 filters to render the markup that you want in a clean way

News from Planet Drupal - Mon, 05/13/2019 - 07:00

I’ve been working on a Drupal 7 to 8 migration of content and I encountered in the source body fields a bunch of tables which had a class that styled them in a certain way. One of the requirements was clearly to port the style but improve it using the Bootstrap tables styles and responsiveness. What to do, what to do.

In the source file I was encountering something like this:

<table class="some-class">...</table>

Which you can argue is not that bad, it only has one class on it and an external style does the job. But obviously it would be better if the stored data didn’t even have that class. So then in the migration I could just kill all the table classes from the body field and apply those stylings externally (all the tables inside the body field). This is a first good step. But what about Bootstrap?

I needed something like this instead to pick up Bootstrap styles:

<table class="table table-sm table-striped table-hover">...</table>

So to make the tables show up with Bootstrap styles I’d have to step on my earlier point of not storing the table classes in the body field storage. Even if I could somehow alter the CKEditor plugin to apply the classes from the widget. And not to mention that if I wanted responsive tables, I’d have to wrap the table element with a <div class="table-responsove">...</div>. So even more crap to store. No.

Then it dawned on me: why not just store the clean table elements and then, upon rendering, apply the Bootstrap classes, as well as wrap them into the necessary div? After replying Hold my beer to my self-challenging alter ego, I went and I did. So I came up with this little number (will explain after):

<?php namespace Drupal\my_module\Plugin\Filter; use Drupal\Component\Utility\Html; use Drupal\filter\FilterProcessResult; use Drupal\filter\Plugin\FilterBase; /** * Makes the tables in the content show up using Bootstrap styling. * * @Filter( * id = "table_style_filter", * title = @Translation("Table styles"), * description = @Translation("Adds the necessary markup to tables to render * them via Bootstrap styling."), * type = \Drupal\filter\Plugin\FilterInterface::TYPE_MARKUP_LANGUAGE, * ) */ class TableStyleFilter extends FilterBase { /** * {@inheritdoc} */ public function process($text, $langcode) { $dom = Html::load($text); $elements = $dom->getElementsByTagName('table'); if ($elements->length === 0) { return new FilterProcessResult(Html::serialize($dom)); } /** @var \DOMElement $element */ foreach ($elements as $element) { $classes = explode(' ', $element->getAttribute('class')); $bootstrap_classes = [ 'table', 'table-sm', 'table-striped', 'table-hover' ]; foreach ($bootstrap_classes as $class) { $classes[] = $class; } $new_element = clone $element; $new_element->setAttribute('class', join(' ', array_unique($classes))); $wrapper = $dom->createElement('div'); $wrapper->setAttribute('class', 'table-responsive'); $wrapper->appendChild($new_element); $element->parentNode->replaceChild($wrapper, $element); } return new FilterProcessResult(Html::serialize($dom)); } }

So what do we have here? Well, it’s a Filter plugin that you can add to your text format and which processes the text before it’s rendered. And obviously gets cached after.

In the plugin annotation I used the type \Drupal\filter\Plugin\FilterInterface::TYPE_MARKUP_LANGUAGE because this doesn’t seem to be skipped by core anywhere and its purpose is to generate HTML. Then I implement the process() method to achieve my goal. And I do this quite easily with the following steps:

  1. Find all the table DOM elements and return early if none are found
  2. Loop through all the table DOM elements, clone them and apply the classes to the clone
  3. Create a wrapper div DOM element with the Bootstrap responsive class and append the table element clone to it
  4. Replace the initial table DOM element with the new wrapper
  5. Profit

The return of the method needs to be a FilterProcessResult object that contains the HTML in the same format as the method receives it in. So I serialize the DOM object back into an HTML string and use that.

And that’s it. After clearing the cache you can add this to a text format and all the tables found in the content rendered using that format will be Bootstrap ready. And tables are just an example. Imagine all the possibilities you have to turn simple HTML tags into the markup required by your corner frontend framework. All the while keeping your data clean and not pissing off the developer that will have to migrate that content somewhere else or render it in some other place differently.

Categories: Drupal