Thanks everyone for posting. This position has been filled.
Just sent you en email. Anybody else interested? Please contact me. I would like to view a few different people to see who the best fit is.
I would like to hire someone to create an image slider for my personal website. The image slider will work similar to the one on my current site. However, I would like enhanced functionality and more ease of use. It’s too difficult and time consuming to update my current slider.
Here are some brief parameters that the new slider should incorporate:
- XML based (not mandatory but preferred)
- Deeplinking (not mandatory but preferred)
- Image captionn should automatically hide and show when you hover on or off of the work sample. Like this site. Although, the frame buttons within each project should always be visible
- When switching from project to project the transition will be a swipe. When switching frames within a project transition will be a fade
- Ability to control transition speed for both transitions
- Here’s an example of the new look of the slider
My website is one long page and I will need to place multiple instances of the slider on the same page (in case that makes a difference.)
Get in touch and let me know if this is a project you’re interested in. I will need to see examples of past work to ensure you’re qualified for the task.
Let me know how much you’d charge for this and how many hours it might take to complete. I’m realistic about price and won’t low-ball you like most people do when posting jobs!
OK, that’s good to know. I used an image in one of my preview items that was accepted but I think I should change it.
Can an admin tell me what the rules on item preview images are? Obviously you cannot include copyrighted images with your download but specifically for the item preview. What’s allowed and what isn’t?
In my country a LOT of people live with €350 per month. That’s the minimal wage here. A €750 net monthly is considered pretty good and achieveable only with a diploma and several years of experience. Sounds bad right? It’s considered cheap here compared to other countries. Earning amounts at the US/UK level makes the money worth a lot more if you live in a smaller country ^^ That’s why I never ever want to work in my country. I’m good so far Here you can work at a mcdonalds for 2€/hour! I don’t have a diploma and I don’t need one. Guess what no one asks for it. Only knowledge that matters and previous work.That’s £12k a year mate, hardly what I’d call a full time income.\o/ that’s almost twice an average FAMILY gets in Hungary
hmmm.. Hungary 12k a year… interesting considering my parents (UK) make that in a week
If you look at this thread alone the topic of “do you contribute FULLTIME >” now has gone completly out the window and its more onto the topic of “can you work fulltime from envato” if i were to be given more skills and full-time work instead of having to go to education for 5 hours a day (college) then yes, i would be able to work full0time from envato as i’d be able to make 1 template every few days and if i sold it at say $30, if its GOOD enough then it should sell 10+ just on the first day thats around £100 on the first day of release, i’ve seen people make $300k since being a member from 2008 thats $100k a year which is more than most people earn and thats from just 8 – 12 files…Regards, Charlie
Yes, I agree, we’ve gotten a little off-topic. Thanks for pointing that out.
Thank you everyone for all the thoughtful responses! Special thanks to timmcmorris, miseld, ukwebsolution, placdarms, robGD for your expanded explanation. This has been very helpful. Thank you everyone… all responses are appreciated!
Who here has made a full-time job of contributing to the Envato marketplaces and doing freelance? Meaning, you left your job to focus on this.
1: Are you earning less or more than you expected to earn?
2: Do you regret making the switch?
3: What percentage of your income is generated from Envato? (25%, 50% 75% 100%?)
4: What advice can you give about transitioning to being a full-time contributor?