On this site: wa-ticket(dot)net (which will actually be moving to a different URL when it's done), we need to add a site search function. This site was designed in FrontPage 2003. Right now it has 30-40 pages, and when it's done, it will have 50-80 pages.
The site is designed (in FrontPage 2003) using a Dynamic web template, so all the pages are controlled by a page called index.dwt. In FrontPage 2003, you open all the pages, then you make changes to [url removed, login to view], and it updates all the other pages, and then you click 'Save All' and all the updated pages are saved to the server.
Each page can only be customized in the 'editable regions' of the page. The rest of each page (top, sides, etc.) can only be changed by changing [url removed, login to view], updating all the pages, and re-saving all the pages.
So the SITE SEARCH function will need to be added to the [url removed, login to view] page, which will then be saved (with all the other pages 'open' - which will be updated), and then all the pages will be saved.
The site search results would need to show up in the body area of a page we'll create, which will also be 'controlled' by index.dwt.
There are also two mini forms that need to be created on the [url removed, login to view] page, which will also be saved to all the other pages. You'll see I created images of 'dummy forms' where the actual forms should go - on the right side of the page near the top and in the left column of each page near the bottom. These forms will need to be made functional and will need to have a CAPTCHA or security question function that works in all browsers including Chrome.
I can redesign the graphics surrounding each of the forms, but I will need clear (exact) guidance from the programmer on this, so we end up with forms that look as good or better than the 'dummy forms' that are in place now.
Please only take this job IF:
(1.) You have at least 20 positive ratings.
(2.) You speak and write good English and communicate well.
(3.) You know you can do a great job on this project - adding the search function and creating the forms that will look as good as the dummy forms on there now and which will work perfectly in every browser.
(4.) You can do all this on the [url removed, login to view] page, certain that it will always work (as long as we don't mess with the code) when we re-save the [url removed, login to view] page and update all the other pages whenever needed.
(5.) You will be patient throughout the process, which may take several days, allowing for the client to request any fine-tuning that might be needed.
(6.) You can do all this for no more than $100, which we will put in escrow once your bid is accepted.