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List of who's available for Drupal work

I get asked a lot if I know anyone looking for Drupal work. I know a few people but trying to keep track of who is and who isn't just to answer random people who ask me doesn't work very well. So I decided to make a wiki page.

http://groups.drupal.org/available-for-hire

If you are currently taking on Drupal work, add yourself to the list. It's your responsibility to maintain your own row in the table so, if you are going to use it, please keep it up to date.

*** RULES FOR THIS FORUM *** read this so your posts don't get deleted

There have been a lot of complaints of users spamming the paid-services forum. We are actively working to turn this forum into a useful and professional resource for clients to find relevant Drupal services.

The key philosophy here is that exchange between job posters and applicants should be done on a one-to-one basis, not in comment threads.

The Paid Services forum maintainer is stephthegeek, with assistance from francort. We keep an active eye on this forum daily but feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.

Rules for the Paid Services forum

  1. If you want to contact someone looking for help, click on the original poster's username and use the contact tab on their personal profile page. If their contact tab is not enabled, please leave a comment on the forum post requesting that they enable it. Send them references of other Drupal projects you have done, examples of your work, and some pricing information.
  2. If you want to respond to a forum topic, it should only be if you have a question that needs clarifying (that would benefit all) or for the purposes of pointing the poster to an existing solution or other relevant resource.

Weeklym.com now available for Drupal

Hello,

We had several requests from the Drupal community to adapt our weekly marketing plan to Drupal, that is now done.

The weekly marketing tasks are now the same for Drupal, Wordpress and Joomla. When it is necessary, we included a specific set of instruction for Drupal. We also included a suggestion of Drupal plugins (if you are a developer and would like to be in our drupal suggestion, feel free to contact us).

Hope this helps!

Regards,
Dona

Sliderfield module - need functionality in existing API added to webform

https://www.drupal.org/project/sliderfield

On the description for the module, it states that it has 'full webform integration' - this is true up until the 'Group Slider'.

It is missing 'Group' slider implementation for webforms. Currently the sliders only work individually for webform.

We need to be able to specify group sliders on the webform components. We then need to be able to specify what type of group slider, as per the module's existing API.

Drupal 7 project additional functionality

Need functionality for drupal 7 project. Paid job.

A huge Node edit/add form should be split in to multiple steps with parts of the fom showing only data of each step (not loading all data and hiding it with CSS or JS). The ability to access and save each step directly. It is needed to make minor chages to nodes and updates quicker - not to save all the information once and once again.

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