Whilst I'm somewhat HTML/CSS savvy, my grasp of Wordpress leaves a great deal to be desired. I've created a handful of templates that'd I'd like to use for my website and - whilst it would have been a cinch for me in one of the earlier (pre-PHP) versions of something like MovableType, I haven't invested the time to keep up and get a better understanding of this whole 'loop' thing. So I'm a little bit stuck. And I was hoping someone could help.
To streamline the process, I've used very visible comments and placeholders on/within the template to indicate where everything needs to go in the form of:
<-- Template:Header/ -->
<-- /Template:Header -->
And for template tags: #WP:Entry_Title#, #WP:Entry_Excerpt#, #WP:Entry_Body#, #WP:Featured_Entry_Image-[DIMENSIONS]#, etc etc.
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The site itself will contain two different post styles, but I'm not entirely sure how to go about them. On my main navigation I have WORK | PLAY | VSCO x BTS
Work & Play will both use the same template [see attached]. With VSCO x BTS, it's more of a mobile blog - however, with the exception of a little bit of text, it will be entirely images. I was hoping to have a way to just be able to attach a bunch of images to the post and have them displayed one on top of the other - to simplify doing it off of my phone.
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I was also hoping to integrate the sorting and loading technologies of the portfolio page on [url removed, login to view] - dynamically filtering and page loading. This would be applicable ONLY to the Work & Play content, as that shares the homepage design. [see attached: denoted w/ green]
From the turnaround times stated by those who have bid so far, I was wondering if it would be possible to provide two completion dates and two quotes:
Completion/quote #1 - implementing wordpress into provided html/css.
Completion/quote #2 - implementing jQuery functionality/spiffyness.
For those of you who have already bid, please state the above.
The reason for this is because of the amount of time being requested for completion - I figure the second part of the project is the more time consuming of the two, and I'd really like to get this up and running, and then just make the second leg of modifications further down the line.