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May 11th, 2010, 07:27 AM #1Hiring someone to converting ASP Classic to PHP
I have developed a website template in Classic ASP using css that I like. Now what I would like to do is convert this template into PHP, which I know nothing about.
What I am thinking of doing is hiring someone who knows both ASP & PHP very well and convert 3 pages of my site with a lot of documentation in the PHP code. Each page contains several includes for Header, Footer, Menu, etc… which I would also want in the PHP pages as well.
So my questions are:
How do I go about hiring someone to do this??
They would have to connect to my MYSQL database so do I give them the connection information to my real or should I create a copy of my real database with temp passwords etc???
Would I need to setup an FTP account for them to upload/down my code??
What would I expect to pay for such a project say 3 pages with say 200-300 lines of code including includes per page.
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May 11th, 2010, 07:54 AM #2
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Have you thought about posting these specs on eLance and see what the market thinks it would cost? I have never paid for a conversion but my guess is that it would be far cheaper than a bottom-up build. My guess is it wouldn't be more than a couple hundred dolloars.
May 11th, 2010, 08:19 AM #3
I will check out the site, one of my concerns is I have no idea what to ask for and how much information I need to give them. Kind of a nervouse about giving a stanger information about my sites (sql database) but I think in this case it will be the best option.
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May 11th, 2010, 08:34 AM #4
2. FTP access: If developer uses their own server for development, provide all the files via a .zip file; then they send a .zip to you with the finished PHP/CSS files that you upload (and modify the MySQL login). Otherwise, yes, create a temporary FTP username/password.
3. Cost: Probably at most US$100 per page. Final cost depends upon the complexity of what your ASP is doing.
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May 11th, 2010, 09:22 AM #5
Thanks for the advice David just the suggestions I am looking for.MERCHANTS: Start showing your coupons directly on your site, that way your shoppers will stop leaving your site looking for them!! If not then remove your Coupon Box!!
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