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we are a small Communication Agency in Munich and we are searching for a Processwire Developer.
A lot of our Online Projects are based on Processwire and our current Developer is switching from Freelance to a full term job.
The work can be done remotely from anywhere.
For more Informations please contact me directly via Email: email@example.com
Looking forward to hear from you.
Hello girls and guys,
i'm looking for an Italian ProcessWire Developer that could help me with a website.
I've developed a web platform for car sellers since three year now. The website is a training and motivational platform, and every year it has a new "edition" with a new theme a new graphics, but the backend part is mostly the same every year.
This year the platform has to be released around the 30th of November but i won't be working for 2 weeks around that date.
So I'm looking for someone who can maintain the website and help my clients with possible bugs or problems during these two weeks. This person should know how PW works, should be able to understand and write PHP and fix some minor problem on the front-end side.
My client is Italian that's why he or she has to be Italian-speaking.
If you are interested or you know someone who cold fit this request, please send an email to andrea at andreaverde dot it or write me a pvt message here.
Hi everyone! I'm Carlos, nice meeting ya all!
I want to build a simple job board similar to https://weworkremotely.com, but with Paypal integration. Job submissions would only be posted after payment via Paypal.
Is it possible to build it with ProcessWire? If so, could you please point me any tutorials, tips, anything that could help me getting start?
PW has been on my radar for a while now, and I'd love to be able to build this project with it!!?
Hi, Got a couple of sites going live. This is the first one
Wolfpie creative agency website london.
This is another collaboration with myself and Charlie Crook Design.
Using AJAX to fetch new pages so the site feels like a one page app but all the URLS etc work. I was also asked to create a mophing animation of a playful rectangle for the homepage. At points the animation joins with the cutout o and creates the wolfpie logo.
Our agency website is not exactly new, because we relaunched it late 2014. At this time we have build it with the CMS Contao and Bootstrap as framework. Although I always liked our website, I was never quiet happy with it. Contao is a great CMS, but knowing ProcessWire it felt tedious managing content. Also it limited me as a developer.
So the past months I have rebuild our website with ProcessWire and switched the framework to UIkit, because it made a good first impression on me and I wanted to learn it. Now I am happy with our website, because it is cleaner, faster, easier to manage and more optimized for search engines.
ProFields ProCache Map Marker Pages2JSON Markup Sitemap XML Tracy Debugger Email Obfuscation Regards, Andreas