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Advice on how best to integrate a JavaScript spot the ball style competition with eCart

Thread began 11/22/2016 7:42 pm by Nathon Jones Web Design | Last modified 2/09/2017 2:12 pm by Nathon Jones Web Design | 1284 views | 16 replies

Nathon Jones Web Design

Thank you Ray. At this stage, with this project, I'm having to be very careful about budget as the client won't release the final fee until it's done now.
Do you think this is something we could manage in an hour session?

Also, would you be at all interested in working with me on other projects? You will know, by now, that I struggle with the technical side of things but I have had some request for more complex functionality on a couple of sites and I'd love to offer it but can't. My thoughts would be that I'd give you the brief, you'd give me a quote, I'd give you FTP details and we worked it that way? Just a suggestion for now but I have a Scottish company looking at Whisky tours with a purchasing system which I'd love to do - but would need a hand with it.

When suits you for the support session?

PS. I attach a PDF of how the client would like the spot the ball page to work, for your information. Thought it might help if you saw a visualisation.

Thank you.

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