CampOutColorado.com is a website I created to review campgrounds and give outdoor enthusiasts tips and tricks to enjoying beautiful Colorado. There are a number of WordPress customizations I have done to this website. Campground Data Custom Plugin For the camping reviews I created a custom campground information plugin. It pulls […]
So there is a pretty good amount of information out there about how to customize your view on regular Google Maps. However, several of the API methods do not work when trying to view your own custom map. I am not sure why this is, but it is annoying. After […]
I have run into this several times now so I thought I would write a quick article on it. It seems that WordPress’s cron really mess up a website. Too many cron events will slow down your website. It can even cause timeout errors and out of memory issues. What […]
When using WordPress for your website it will default to the standard URL format showing the page number. However, many of us have changed or initially set up our WordPress blogs using the dates in the URL’s such as imageinnovationsllc.com/2013/1/my-blog-post. Initially you might think that the date in the URL […]
http://www.ddmsrealm.com/index.php/dungeons-and-dragons-quest-and-magic-item-database This is one of the hobby sites that I run. This website is dedicated to the Massively Multi-player Online Role-playing game (MMORPG) Dungeons and Dragons Online. Since games are one of my passions I decided to build a database of all the items and quests within Dungeons and Dragons […]
This is a website I created to serve as a hub to track projects, websites and tasks pending on all current projects. The design was kept simple for ease of use. The functionality of this site was powered by a back-end database enhanced with logic imbedded in the code behind […]
This is a site I created for a small CD reselling company. They specialized in rare and collectable CD’s. The site had a basic, easy-to-navigate design.