Work Update – Website Administrative Support

Work Period: Feb 23rd, 2015
Hours Worked: 5:20 @$3.50/hour
Money Paid to Me (Virtual Assistant): $16.80*
                          (*Exclusive of $1.85 charged by oDesk)
Overall Difficulty of Tasks: Medium

Ideal-helper Administrative Support:

  • Right hand column on the Interview Answers oDesk page was broken. It was place on the bottom of the content instead. I have struggled a lot to find out what was wrong on the page, but everything looked fine on the page.
  • Then after some more investigation I found the C2 invitation placed within the page had the broken code. I have now fixed the page and it looks fine.

Party Games Site Update:

  • Changed the width size of the Facebook comment widget.
  • I have also added the Facebook like buttons at the bottom of the content, but it initially it didn’t look like ideal-helper.
  • Then I researched a solution within sitesell help topics and created a new Facebook button via Facebook developer and implemented the code on the party games site. Now it looks identical to Ideal-helper.
  • I have also fixed the footer once again and hopefully it will work fine now. Actually it looked different on the system pages, and when I updated those pages and fixed the footer over there, it got distorted for all other pages. Now I have created separate footers for system pages and other BB2 pages.

  • The picture on the recently published story “Me running around the neighbourhood naked” is not original. I have found its several occurrences over the web and therefore, I have removed it from the actual submission. However, I have not removed the “nofollow” “noindex” tag from the post.
  • Previously all callout boxes were built with HTML code. Now I have created the identical callout box via Site-designer. Now these can be built without any html coding info.

Other Administrative Support:

  • Watched many work update feedback videos, made all necessary changes and published them.
  • Watched some other videos from the high priority folder that were related to design changes. Most of the issues discussed in these videos have already been taken care of.

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