You have asked the exact same question a week ago, and were told what to do, yet you have chosen to ignore that. As you haven't shown any new effort or progress, I'm afraid this week will not be better than the previous one.
I started developing a new customcontrol for asp.net, that should be a proxy for validating UI via DataAnnotations. There are already code and articles all around, but there is no complete implementation with a client side validation. I decided to develop a customcontrol that fits this leak, unfortunately is not finished yet and I will need some help to finish it. Anybody that has some free time, good will and sufficient knowledge about jQuery and custom controls is welcome. Once finished and tested the control, we will make a nice article to publish on codeproject.
I'm always for collaborative efforts and do have some knowledge of jQuery, but you'll have to elaborate on what you consider as "sufficient knowledge about jQuery". I'd like to conribute, but I'm unsure about being "up to the task".
After JoeSox posted his reader for android I contacted him to let him know I was going to work on one for the iPhone/iPod/iPad. If there is anyone interested in beta testing this before I submit it to the app store, let me know.
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You say you have a website that needs testing, but you didn't include a link to said site; only pictures. And it might be urgent to you, but that doesn't make it an emergency on my side.
If you want more reactions, try offering an incentive. Quick example; there might be some people visiting this site who are interested in getting hands-on experience in the testing-field. Add a page that lists all testers, thanking them formally for their help. That way they have an experience to include on their resume, and you'll get more testers.
Confused with another post, you're not looking for testers but looking for code that displays said datastructure?
This is a programmers' forum. We can help when you have a question on software or on developing software.
That means that you can get advice on "how" to code the script. For that, we'd need more information, like the environment that you're in (usually PHP vs. .NET) and where you're storing information (database, XML..)
Ah, meaning you have "work" to offer. Programmers come here mainly to exchange knowledge, it's not a site that does projects on-demand. Like you walked into a convention of cooks exchanging recipes, asking whether someone can bake you an omelet. People will point out MacDonalds
Try and find a (or multiple) programmers that take on the job. Most of them will be wanting to get paid for their work. There's a menu at the top that says "jobs", you could use that if you want to hire a programmer in your vicinity. Another option would be the rent-a-coder website; people can "bid" there on a project.