Envato offer MoneyBookers which is the best solution although it may not be available in all countries. I use it through a freelancing site and have been sending thousands every month through it for the past 4 years without a problem.
As Kris has already pointed out the budget specified is too low for any quality developer to look twice at.
Check out some freelancing sites and see if anyone bites.
If you dont mind,I got couple of questions, How did you get in UK first time? on visiting visa or student visa ?
The OP is from the EU so there’s no visa requirement to live in the UK.
am i allowed to find a job if i come in visiting visa?
No you won’t be able to get a job without the right to work in the country. Any company hiring you would put themselves at risk of a massive fine.
I think it’s a good idea. I’m hesitant to use it though since it’s extremely volatile.
Since the introduction of the Theme Customizer which are most people using in WP themes? An options panel, the customizer, or a combination of both?
I’ve switched from Coda to NetBeans and have been enjoying using a full-featured IDE. I’ve been hearing a lot of good things about phpStorm and wondered whether it’s worth buying. Are there any other good IDEs worth testing out?
I’ve been evaluating my current setup for quite some time and wanted to get some input from Theme Authors.
When I’m working with WordPress I tend to use Photoshop then Coda or NetBeans.
I’ve seen a lot of people using Fireworks as well and I’m considering purchasing that as well.
This is a subject that has been discussed to death on the forums. I think we can all agree that the proposal isn’t particularly appealing.
$200 is going to get you a low quality design that isn’t likely to sell well.