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I am looking for a Drupal developer to resolve a few outstanding issues with our site and add some new functionality. The site in question skullislandx.com serves as a means to sell ebook files to users. The site is built on Drupal 7 and uses the Drupal Commerce module.
Once a user has purchased an ebook the title will show up as a download link on a tab titled My eBooks. The user can also access the ebook through an order history tab.
We like our website but are in need of some improvements. The first task I have should be very easy. I also think it will be a good way to meet a potential partner who can help us with small projects as they arise.