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I am currently in the planning stages with a client. We are planning on using Joomla to run the portal website.

In the name of cautionary professionalism, and a relatively short timeline, I am considering hiring someone that is familiar with Joomla Template creation, to work with me. I will be developing the look/feel while working with the client, and then be expected to translate this into a Joomla-ready site.

I will require your consultation on whats possible/impossible, and finally creating the template from the clients final design.

Please contact me danielchapman@gmail.com and provide me with a quote for your services.

If this is considered poor practise to be soliciting help on these forums, I will gladly purchase a template from the selected designer in addition to the services, so that Envato aren’t circumvented through this process.

Thanks a bunch, I look forward to hearing from you all.



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Actually, its perfectly fine to ask for a freelancer on the forums. I’ve read somewhere on the site that you can post in the forums if you need some work done etc.

I am too busy at the moment to freelance a joomla template. However there must be more than enough people here willing to help you. In addition there is ALOT of joomla sites with amazing templates that are highly customizable.

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