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Hi,

I am a experienced developer, and I would be able to help you out..

Feel free to email me the details to andrewjohnson56782@gmail.com

Best Wishes,

Andrew

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6 hours ago, SamC said:

Look very interesting, have you got a link to this in action? Sometimes wish the PW module pages had more screenshots/demos of the modules on offer.

Take a look at the screenshot in this post: 

 

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Beautifully designed sites! Colour schemes, fonts and white space are gorgeous. I see the social links too, thanks.

Great work :)

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Hi,

 

1. Can you please share the website URL where you need social media connectivity?

2. Do you want social media connectivity in the same look and feel OR we can customize according to your website Theme? 

 

What's App connectivity is not possible because What's App doesn't provide its API

 

Waiting for your reply.

Regards

Adrian W.

 

 

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