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:
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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WordCamp Lancaster 2014 was my first (and I don’t intend on it being my last!) WordCamp. I took several pages of notes and came away gaining plenty of knowledge. Many thanks to all those responsible for organizing and hosting the event. It took me awhile (WordPress Lancaster took place on March 1st), but I finally got around to posting my notes from the conference.