TellTheNet.com Needs Web Design
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1 coded web design needed for confessions website. The backend is from PHPpod.com. The extension for the templates are in "tpl", if that helps anyway. From what I am viewing the coding does not look difficult at all, just snippets of coding for certain parts.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I am working on developing a confessions website, TellTheNet.com. We have a backend for the website so what I need is the frontend. What you see on the webpage now is the default template. We need something new of course, something that will attract 18-22 year olds. A web design that would make people interested in the website, because as we all know confessions is a very small market. The web design HAS to be compatible with the backend, otherwise you will not get paid and we will move on to another web designer. Don't mean to be harsh but I refuse to pay for a web design that I cannot use, regardless of how good it looks. Everything has to be in the same format, as I have no idea how to change anything around. If you feel like you are a capable of moving certain parts of the website around then go ahead. Well I look forward to the possible web designs for the website. Good luck!
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