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Thanks to everyone for approving my previous proposal for website improvements. I finished the makeover as planned, and since then have continued to work on the site, edit and add content, links and do some general maintenance.

Im also working with Jaap, April & Togo on a new site that will provide viewers easier access to resources tailored for individual needs. It is designed to enhance the web experience for both novice users and experienced cryptocurrency enthusiasts alike. Were excited about this new phase of our web strategy and anticipate completion within the next few weeks.

This proposal is an invoice for the hours Ive worked since completing my original proposal. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Time Log:

Current website: 23 hours
   Create new content
   Edit existing content/text
   Add links for various resources
   Manually update roadmap
   Create object to auto-update wallet version
   iFrame to auto-update Roadmap
   CSS for section alignment
   Add auto .png for wallet version updates 

New Website: 9.5 hrs
   Setup a test WordPress website
   Install Avada Theme & Charity demo
   Design & Planning calls with web team
   Correspondence review
   Layout & wireframe drafts
   Images research, selection & edits
   Boilerplate submission review & editing

Total Hours: 32.5

1 BBP = $0.003147 (coinmarketcap.com April 16, 2018 1:00 PM CT)
Hourly Rate: $35.00 = 11,122 BBP

32.5 hours x 11,122 BBP = 361,465 BBP

The requested amount for this proposal is 361,465 BBP.

Thanks again!

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Discussion and Suggestions / New Website Improvements
« on: March 16, 2018, 02:27:47 pm »
The new website at BiblePay.org now includes the improvements listed in the "makeover" that was proposed and approved last month.

First, the platform was moved to WordPress in order to lower the cost of future web development and reduce maintenance expense.

The site was then brightened up by replacing the old pictures with higher resolution images and enhancing the color scheme.

Much of the content was then edited and reformatted to be professionally friendly.

The website was also upgraded to be mobile responsive, making it easier for smart phone and tablet users to access all current and future BiblePay.org features and services.

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Production Proposals / BiblePay.org Website Proposal - Website Upgrade
« on: January 29, 2018, 05:54:57 pm »
Having served us well, our current website at BiblePay.org now deserves an upgrade. I propose a simple improvement plan that includes the following:

  • A makeover to freshen and brighten it up.
    This includes replacing the current pictures with higher resolution images, enhancing the color scheme, reformatting and re-aligning some of the text and other content.
  • Upgrade to the WordPress platform.
    This will provide a more secure site and allow us to use prebuilt plug-ins instead of requiring custom programming. Moving the website to WordPress will also lower the cost of future web development and reduce maintenance expense.
  • Make the website mobile responsive.
    Responsive web design (RWD) is an approach to web design which makes web pages render well on a variety of devices and window or screen sizes.  This will make it easier for smart phone and tablet users to access all current and future BiblePay.org features and services.
  • Improve the security of the website.
    Convert the entire site from HTTP to HTTPS, and add HSTS1.  Crypto-currency sites like BiblePay.org are prized targets for hackers. HTTPS  - which is also called HTTP over TLS, HTTP over SSL, and HTTP Secure - is a widely used protocol for secure communication over a computer network like the internet. HTTPS based websites are considered secure sites since data is encrypted to uphold security for the parties concerned.  While HTTPS is secure, HTTP is always vulnerable to eavesdropping attacks where hackers access sensitive information and website accounts.
   
The entire project should take about a week to complete.

I am requesting a BBP reward of 81,500, and will begin the work upon approval of the proposal.

Here are a few websites built by my team:
www.cikmortgages.com
www.pgx.cc
www.sapphiredental.ca
www.activara.net/
www.basementstore.ca
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1 HSTS - which stands for HTTP Strict Transport Security - is a web security policy mechanism which helps protect websites against protocol downgrade attacks and cookie hijacking.  It allows web servers to declare that web browsers should only interact with it using secure HTTPS connections and never via the insecure HTTP protocol.

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