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Custom responsive wordpress theme developed too allow director to upload and categorize videos of his work, which automatically populate gallery views.
Design and dev of basic wordpress site incorporating an existing ecomap app
conference ipad app/site
This can be implemented using a script node where you want the carousel to appear in your html page:
Here’s the class:
Role: HTML/CSS/JS, PHP/MySQL, Grunt, Brightcove video, Dotsub closed captions, Accessibility standards
Responsive site using PHP/MySQL, HTML/CSS/JS, WordPress, Buddypress, Media element.
AT&T Network Transformation
Microsite: PHP/HTML/CSS/JS. JWPlayer serving up mp4/flv video depending on flash detection.
Feel free to let me know of bugs you find, developed on firefox 17.0.1 and so far tests ok on chrome 24.0.1312.52, safari 6.0, IE 8.
Click on the “+” to expand a directory within this view. Click on the directory name to jump to viewing contents of only that directory. Click on “Size” to sort the list by file size, Click on “Name” to sort by name.
Session login default is user ‘me’ password ‘mypass123’ (See ‘Settings’ line 37 to change… it is highly recommended that you change these), authentication times out after 30 minutes.
1. change settings to a unique username and pass
2. upload i_need_space.php to your host (yup, just one file).
3. navigate to it via browser
4. when finished with your cleanup, delete i_need_space.php from your host, you don’t want someone stumbling on it and wreaking havoc.
non-flash banner testing (no client)
Frames created with an illustrator blend, exported to SVG, then converted to canvas. professorcloud.com has a really awesome little utility for converting SVG’s to canvas. Doesn’t handle gradients all that well, as you can tell by the shadow. Output changes with mouseover or mousedown on the ball (if you can catch it;).
Wordpress framework, custom theme. HTML/CS/JS/PHP/MySQL
Custom JS Effect for the NextGen gallery to populate the scrollable thumbnail menu and incorporate deeplinking using swfAddress.
Social was also interesting. Buttons for FB, Twitter & Google+ pulled in w/JS. Discovered that JS content and FB Like do NOT play nice, mostly due to FB Like API ignoring JS and scraping the page for metatags when posting. So instead of telling FB to just share the page url, had to stitch together a url from the swfaddress deeplink such that it got passed in as a GET variable and the header.php could react appriopriately to return the appropriate metatags. It’s a shame that one should have to choose between smoothly swapping content around clientside and the keeping sharing simple & effective.