A prototype site that showed using Rebel Mouse in combination with a WordPress backend.
Built from PSD for GMU. See live site at arteducation.gmu.edu It’s not a responsive site, but 98% of the traffic coming to the site is from desktops. Since the mobile traffic was so low, we took the opportunity to create an easy to manage and unique slider. The header, and rest of the site, was […]
Be aware that this tutorial requires WordPress 3.6 or above to work correctly. If you are using an older version of WordPress, you will run into issues because of the older version of hoverIntent. Please follow these instructions to ensure Superfish works correctly with WordPress 3.5.2 and below. Typically, only the parent links of a drop […]
From PSD for GMU. See live site at georgesquared.gmu.edu Used a few media queries for a better look at the resolution 1024 x 768 and lower. Still probably one of my favorite sites when I worked at George Mason University.
I relied heavily on Google Reader to keep up to date with all of websites/blogs that I read. So when Google announced the death of Google Reader, I had two reactions: That’s not smart. What do i do now? I wanted out of Google Reader ASAP. There really aren’t that many alternatives out there, but I stumbled […]
I am not the type of person that wants to wait until July 1, 2013 to find a new solution for collecting RSS feeds. So, I’ve started looking around the net for another solution that I can jump on now so I can bid an early goodbye to Reader. One massive problem: I cannot find […]