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Perl - save some new fields on a form to the mysql database

Need 3 tasks done - budget is 30usd

1) [url removed, login to view]

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eetposterprin

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there is a new field we added (need a poster tube) with 3 options. These need to be saved to the database and displayed within the Job Details in the admin under a new field POSTER TUBE REQUIRED? the admin is basic and custom made so it is just a case of displaying what selection the customer ticked.

2) Move the Need a poster tube box up above the file upload box on this page:

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erstreetposterp

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3) The email that is sent to the admin has this subject: "Info - from [url removed, login to view]" please change it to "Poster Order from [NAME] and the sender email shows blank, please put the sender as an email address that we specify

4) when uploading, in the popup that appears titled 'upload in progress' there are some broken images. Please remove those broken images.

Beceriler: CGI, MySQL, Perl

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( 291 değerlendirme ) London, United Kingdom

Proje NO: #4395216

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paid1234

Ready to start right now thanks

1 gün içinde 30$ USD
(1 Değerlendirme)
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