Full Live Sites
EAI Education — www.eaieducation.com
I provide ongoing front-end support for this Nodus E-Commerce store which provides education supplies out of New Jersey. I frequently use jQuery plugins and stretch my CSS skills to accomplish the designer’s vision and meet functional requirements.
Curriculum for 3rd Semester Web Design — StudentView
Yankton Flight Training Center — yanktonflighttrainingcenter.com
This simple site was written from scratch for a community organization in my hometowm.
Contemporary Analysis Public Site — canworksmart.com
My task was to re-write from Rails to WordPress to give the client CMS capabilities.
The Health Coach Group Directory — thehealthcoachgroup.com
One of 4 sites in the Sykora Group which I previously provided webmastery. All of these sites are built on WordPress with advanced customizations. The shopping carts were WooCommerce with custom integration to Aweber. The Health Coach Directory was powered by Gravity Forms and written as a custom template page.
Click here to see a demonstration and explanation of the widget. The animation is powered by jQuery, and the pushover effect is the result of carefully constructed CSS.
Above is the simpler, stripped-down version. This link takes you to the version which is built to accept two generic Backbone.js views as the content of the left and right panels. Feel free to view the source code and make use of the widget, but please drop me a line when you are finished. I would love to see others using the Backbone.js version for interesting work!
Menu Navigation For Bar Web Site
I sub-contracted for another developer to implement a CSS-only navigation menu for his client. A designer provided a good quality image, from which I created a pixel-perfect menu.
Lindsay VFD Calculator
PHP/AJAX POST Data Dumper
Click here to see the application. This was written for testing out new AJAX frameworks and other exploratory coding.
WooCommerce Hide Out-of-Stock Variations
Sometimes the key to working in WordPress is getting to know the hooks and filters available in well-developed plugins like WooCommerce. Hiding the out-of-stock variations of a product (as opposed to simply disabling them) was very easy with this three-liner that hooks into the appropriate WooCommerce event.