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  • webERP Modifications

    Added by over 3 years ago in Development.

    We need several modifications made to webERP. The modifications include reducing the number of pages a sales person needs to step through in order to place an order. We want the modifications to match the same functionality of the original pages.


  • Wordpress implementation

    Added by almost 4 years ago in Implementation.

    We are planning to Wordpress to host our User Guide and FAQ pages and we require to change the look and feel to our design. The design and HTML is hosted here: http://ec2-50-16-132-170.compute-1.amazonaws.com:8000/support.html Other than the style and layout changes, we require the following: * Usage of an IFRAME for the header (because it shows a dynamic header with some notification...


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