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Expressive Designs Florist
Site is run on osCommerce CMS. Provided web maintenance support to owner Vince @ http://www.expressivefloral.com, specifically to fix products pages.

Ultralight Floats 
Web site maintenance for owner Malcolm who asked for emergency changes to his new website at http://www.ultralightfloats.com. There were about 7 pages of work updating content, removing obsolete images and buttons, and implementing a working Order Form page. Previously, the Order Form page was a static table.



Train Your Dog Kit
Web project to enable e-commerce payment using Paypal for purchased websites for the purpose of selling eBooks for download from a secure location. An osCommerce CMS was used to host landing page for the digital assets for sale. Here are the websites addressed as part of the web plan: http://www.trainyourdogkit.com, http://www.guidebookforweddings.com/, http://www.cupofadhd.com, http://www.levelenterprises.com.




SmartChoice Treatment
Set up new blog site using Google Blogger for inventors Eduardo Gatcho and Elma Britos at http://www.smartchoicetreatment.com. Site was meant to showcase development of motorized chair invention showing videos and image updates of the progress.



Talies In Works
Web maintenance on website http://www.taliesinworks.com for TaliesInWorks based in North Vancouver. The existing site used an artwork image for the background, sliced images,and image maps for the links using Photoshop.


Fish That Date
Design www.fishthatdate.com dating website using Joomla CMS. The Joomla framework uses PHP/MySQL including CMS components Community Builder, FireBoard Forums, Seyret Video, and MamBlog.




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