I need someone to develop the logic behind a very simple electronic greeting card site. It is somewhat of an adult nature, although not obscene. Here's how it will work: * User will come to the website, select a cartoon character (13 to start, more will be added later), enter their name/email, their friend's name/email, as well as a short message. This collection of data should be saved somewhere (i.e. mysql) and an email sent to their friend with a link back to the site to display this greeting card. The greeting cards should remain active in the system for a period of 90 days, and then they should be purged. You can use user actions to trigger purging, no cron job needed, as the purge timing isn't critical. Logo and characters have already been designed. You would do the underlying logic. A simple admin side to the site should let the admin look at, modify, delete, etc. all stored greeting cards. You will also need to do some basic design work to make the graphical elements work together and look nice. This should be an extremely simple job if you know what you're doing. The job should be done in php and mysql (if you plan on using a database). thank you
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