The "carlist" page on our website at [login to view URL] has a good back-end that we continue to evolve and improve with the help of a good Java developer in India, but the front-end is another matter entirely.
With regard to the front-end, we have experienced significant styling issues that cause it to "look" pretty bad at times even though the carlist page, in particular, is supposed to be fully responsive.
Thanks to some good information provided recently by someone on freelancer.com, I have come to recognize that there is a conflict between the css that exists within the js files, the inline css in various places within those files, and the css that exists in style.css.
This screenshot shows our attempt thus far at improving the main carlist page on the site.
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Without adverse impact to the back-end of our site, I think we now need to rebuild the front-end using css that is consistent throughout the site.
We have several ways that we are backing things up and tracking changes. We have a product called code-with-me for making changes remotely, and even a separately configured deployment for staging on the sub-domain that can help you out.
We will add you to our tg broadcast channel should you decide to help with this and then let you try.
We will share the code with you for editing instantly upon connecting if this is something that you think you have the time and experience to help with.
We can also use [login to view URL] for flowcharting and whiteboarding if needed to make whatever we are collaborating a little easier to illustrate and understand.
I can pay up-to $2 per hour for someone that can work on this issue and others on a continual basis. If you are actively helping and can communicate clearly, we will be paying you.