Adding Angular Markup to a Genesis Child Theme (Part 1)

This is the second post in a three part series on using Genesis and Angular. Part 2 can be read here, and Part 3 can be read here.  This month is “Angular August“, and so I’ve been focusing on learning Angular (1, not 2 yet… but soon!). I’ve set myself several tasks learning angular, one of which is developing …

Angular Learning Resources for Angular August

For the month of August, I’ve been diving into Angular, and so far, it’s much easier for me to grasp than BackboneJS. That’s ok, Backbone, I’ll come back to you later! I’ve started compiling some resources I’ve been using to learn Angular as well, and am putting them here. I’ll be updating this from time …

Knockout.js Barcelona Neighborhood Map

Brief: Knockout.js Barcelona Neighborhood Map for Udacity Personal Project for: Udacity (website) Industry: online education This project was part of the requirements for completion of the Udacity Front End Development Nanodegree. Utilization Knockout.js and APIs, the app serves up relevant information based on location. Notes: Integrates Knockout.js for MVVM Uses the following APIs: Google Maps Foursquare Wikipedia Integrates …

Getting Familiar with Backbone.js

I’ve been doing a ton of learning of JavaScript frameworks recently. I built a single page application with KnockoutJS for my Udacity Nanodegree. It was pretty great, I learned a ton, and like the idea of being able to build something fast with the help of frameworks. Yeah, I’m hooked:-)! I decided to start out …

Changing Select Menus for Cross-Browser Compatibility

In doing theme or plugin development, maybe you’ve noticed that the various browsers represent fields and inputs differently. Two recent projects, I ran into this inconsistency, and the client wanted everything uniform. So, here’s what the different browsers represent a dropdown select:

Artisan Kraft Genesis Child Theme

Brief: Artisan Kraft Genesis Child Theme and Customizations Client: AKGoods (website) Industry: e-commerce, home goods This project was a redesign of the AKGoods website. They wanted to move to the Genesis Framework, and, after heavily customizing the Jessica theme, including added extra functionality, wrapped this project up. Notes: Responsive Multiple page layouts on the site Custom categories, single …

Blessed Are the Peacemakers Landing Page and Vimeo Setup

Brief: Blessed Are the Peacemakers Landing Page and Vimeo Setup Client: Worldly Holiness (website) Industry: peacemaking A custom landing page to help sell the newly release video “Blessed are the Peacemakers”. Notes: Responsive Multiple page layouts on the site Custom layout integrating Bourbon, Neat, and Refills Vimeo OnDemand setup and configuration ===  

ECCK Custom RSS Feeds (News and Events)

Brief: European Chamber of Commerce in Korea Client: ECCK (website) Industry: chamber of commerce Site updates for the ECCK, including adding custom feeds for consumption by other news feeds. Notes: Custom news feed reading all press releases/posts Custom events feed reading all events to Event on ===

Presenting Meg-n-Boots

I’m SUPER proud to show off this custom theme, built from the _s starter theme. I called it “Meg-n-Boots” after my wife, and because it uses the Bootstrap framework. Clever right? It’s working out for me so far! I’ll be writing some posts about the tools I used to build it, and what I incorporated in …