I have a website - [url removed, login to view] and I am looking for a new front page. I like the layout on [url removed, login to view] so I want a similar layout but the main photo I want a little flash work - nothing crazy, just some movement but with modern clean class. I also have gotten some inspiration strangely enough from the Korea Air commercial you can see here on You Tube [url removed, login to view] What I like is the black and white with just a light color accent although while they have am aqua color I believe I should go with something from our logo - a purple shade. The main photo I would like is black and White and on the left I would like a section where I can change with specials - so that is why I like the aveda page - they have that. That section on the left should not be flash. I would like our logo and menu on the cover and similar to them I like the links on top - one reading About Jesse Volt New At TrannieGear CrossOver Tips Ordering Information. I don't need a search box - our sites not database so there is no need and the links on the way top is not needed and the way bottom is not needed.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
2) Deliverables must be in ready-to-run condition, as follows (depending on the nature of the deliverables):
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