[url removed, login to view] Glossary Enhancement Project 3000 Photos
**Bidder must already understand the procedures for editing, uploading and calling images in our wiki enviroment**
We have started the official Glossary for my web site [[url removed, login to view]]
I need someone to find images for our “terms?? found in our glossary.
You will add images to these entries: <[url removed, login to view]:Glossary>
Preferably stock images that you have the rights to use for web design or images of public domain. There will be 5000+ terms added to the site within the next 15-20 days.
Payment will be given in increments when 300 photos added to pages. Deliver a spreadsheet with 300 URLS to the “terms?? where an image was posted. You will the receive 10% of your bid for each 300 photos posted. (1 photo per “term??). This will continue until you have posted 3000 photos.
If you run out of Glossary Terms, then find photos for recipes that do not have a photo yet.
For documentation on adding images in wiki see:
<[url removed, login to view]:Images_and_other_uploaded_files>
**Bidder must already understand the procedures for editing, uploading and calling images in our wiki enviroment.**
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