Dear Coders, This is a simple project involving loading content from Word to the editor of a website. The editor contains a pre-load parser from Word such that the tags are stripped before loading into the editor. It is crucial that this is done as failure to do so interferes with the ability to format the data after loading. (In some cases it might even be necessary to remove some Word tags by editing the source code.) I have created the menu layout and you will need to enter and format the content using the custom built website CMS. The font will be Arial, headings will be size 3 bold. It is imperative that the content has a common theme throughout. Where images are loaded, these MUST be optimised. If need be, you may have to setup tables in order to align the text and images on the page. The layout has essentially been set within the Word document, but there is also an element of design structure and aesthetics that YOU need to provide. If internal links are to be made, don't include the entire URL as we are moving the domain after loading - just use the page reference - please speak to me BEFORE you do this as I want to be certain you use the correct link structure. All up there are about 50-60 pages of content. I hope I've included everything here, but if you require any further information, please ask. Regards, Simon
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