Posts Tagged by php
|March 28, 2012||Filled under Uncategorized|
Conditionality: Imposing, depending on, or containing a condition. If this, then that. It’s fitting that the client on this project is in neurological health, because this custom wordpress template is making decisions on every page load. The design is by Billy Finley of Couloir Graphics; it’s a WordPress site.
Is this is a generic page? If so, let’s show all the sibling and/or child pages in the sidebar:
Is this is a search results page? If so, let’s show recent posts in the sidebar:
What’s the value of this random number? I created a function to call from a pool of qoutes, based on the value of a random number, on each page load.
And are there any documents attached to this page? If so, let’s present them in a list with some icons:
|August 11, 2011||Filled under Recent Projects|
|July 18, 2011||Filled under Recent Projects|
|July 7, 2011||Filled under Recent Projects|
The local chapter of the UTU 1626, of which I am a member, is currently using my platform for it’s blog. My blogging platform doesn’t come close to surpassing wordpress in any area, other than perhaps download size, but there are some solid design elements on the UTU site that I would like to point out. more
|April 5, 2011||Filled under Recent Projects|
I’ve been taking ski photos for the past five or six years. In fact, sharing ski photos with partners was the thing that first got me interested in learning more about building websites. I built Dehydrated, from scratch, as a database for all of my photos. more
|February 2, 2011||Filled under Recent Projects|
Add, view, edit, export, delete. That’s the life-cycle for data in most applications, and most applications come equipped with a set of tools to manage that life-cycle. But what about scalability? What about dealing with thousands of pieces of data at once? A recent client, ShockingGoat.com, ran into a problem with this. They plan on selling thousands of watches in an upcoming Groupon campaign, but they needed a way to generate thousands of coupon codes in the correct format. I wrote them a wordpress plugin for this task. It’s largely based on the WP E-Commerce coupon system, but it’s more robust and works even if you don’t have WP E-Commerce installed. more