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Support / Re: Using Pre-Made HTML Templates with images.
« on: March 13, 2018, 12:23:54 pm »
That's perfect. Do you have an email where I can send a proper proposal?

I'm looking for a more backend oriented developer to consult with about SMF mods for this and future projects.
I want nothing free and manage multiple medical programs myself, so I understand the value of time/commission/pay schedules.

You will be reasonably compensated.

Once a mod is developed; I am more than capable of maintaining it myself if errors should arise afterward. No need for extended support.

I'm looking to replicate a few functions that used to be popular on GPT/PTC sites.

They are very basic in nature and I'm only looking for bare bones coding/functionality. 

I'd like to do this in the form of SMF mods due to my love for SMF in general.

P.S: It's my goal to use primarily SMFHacks products (3 purchased already), but I'm unable to get EzPortal to work on a fresh install.
This will be part of the help needed, very small, but very important.

Support / Re: Using Pre-Made HTML Templates with images.
« on: March 13, 2018, 01:36:56 am »
Thanks for the swift reply.

I've purchased a few mods from SMFPacks  and NOW
I'm looking to have a few mods developed along with some visual/functional modifications to my current SMF theme.

Do you have a list of services and rough pricing?

I wasn't able to find a contact email, so I responded here.

Support / Using Pre-Made HTML Templates with images.
« on: March 11, 2018, 11:07:19 pm »
I have a few premade html newsletter templates that include image folders. Is there a way I can upload these via file manager in same directory newsletters are saved?

Looking for the most effective way to use them. template consists of one html file and one images folder.

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