We have an existing web application which we are migrating to Smarty. (to be more future proof and to have a split from code and design)
At the same time, we want to have a total new layout.
The application has been migrated, we have prepared the most pages for smarty usage (read : fill variables and arrays with data, so is is shown with Smarty) and the new layout has been delivered (in XHTML with CSS : see attachment)
The current (old) design has been Smarty'ed for all pages, except two : confirm and prices page. These two are more complex (they contain quite a lot of data) and still need to be converted.
All smarty pages are being displayed from a central [url removed, login to view] file. This 'controller' retrieves the data from database/session and assigns it to the right content blocks before displaying.
In the attachment, you'll find the HTML pages, the smarty pages and the [url removed, login to view] page. (should be sufficient for making a price)
**What is being asked from you :**
- convert the HTMLs attached to Smarty (split in top, header and other re-usable content blocks)
- apply the naming convention from the existing 'smarty'ed pages
- convert the confirm and prices page. + fill it with some sample data. (so fill some arrays and put it in these pages)
You don't really need to know the business logic part of the application. You only need to migrate some screens and create the 'data structures' for 2 smarty screens. (customer and prices) I will be able to assist you on any questions you might have on the application.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
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