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Creating Custom Print Stylesheets

  1. I have 5 forms that my client needs the outputted version of the form to read as it reads for the person who is submitting the form. So, in short, I need the form to print just how it looks online.

    They are somewhat extensive forms, as they are short legal documents. The forms are already functioning correctly, so no worries there.

    I just got done reading a thread or two on this, and I'm sure I can get figure it out, but honestly, I just don't have the time at this time of year. I'm getting the links together for all the forms (I have to export them and then import on a dev site, as the forms are password protected at the moment for their clients).

    I will share links when I get them, but my question right now is, what would you charge per hour to do front-end styling for the form output?

    My other question, and I'm not even sure if we will go this route, but just to know for future reference, how much additional time would it take to add a 'convert to pdf' script for the form output?

    My client isn't necessarily "cheap", but they have a particular value in mind for everything we do, and I they may or may not ask for the PDF conversion.

    You won't have to deal with my client, you would deal with me, and I have no problem giving you credit for your work, as they know my schedule at year end and know that I may have to outsource this task. Anyhow, I obviously don't expect a job quote, I'm just trying to find our hourly rates from some other GF users. My 3m@!l is vegas kev 8 8 @ Google's mail.

    I'm looking to get this done as quickly as possible for my client.

    Posted 6 years ago on Friday December 21, 2012 | Permalink

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