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Ascension Arborists WebsiteProject Type: Web Site Skills and Software Used: WordPress, Bootstrap, HTML, CSS, PHP
This Lancaster, PA Tree Care Service needed a simple starter website for their new business. They also wanted to be able to add additional features and content as the business grows. I created a basic and responsive custom WordPress theme for their site complete with a contact form for potential clients to request a quote or get more information about their services. (more…)
Custom WordPress Theme for SportGeekery.comProject Type: Web Site, WordPress Theme Skills and Software Used: WordPress, PHP, HTML5, CSS
SportsGeekery.com is a website I started a few years ago about following sports by way of the web and mobile devices. The site runs on WordPress and uses a custom WordPress Theme I created specifically for SportsGeekey.com. I personally write all the posts and create all the content for the site. (more…)
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When I was creating my theme for my portfolio website, I used Custom Post Types and Custom Fields to tailor the way I display my projects, whether they be websites, plugins, code snippets, etc. In some cases I would want to provide a link to a website for the project, in other cases a link to the project on GitHub, or I might want to link to both places. I created custom fields for links to the website URL and links to the project on GitHub. The issue was how to conditionally display one, the other, or both when I posted a new project. Here is the solution is used: