Earlier this week, I published a plugin for ExpressionEngine that sends a value through the PHP number_format() function, and returns a formatted number. I needed to format a number for a project I’m working on, and it seemed like a good opportunity to learn how to develop a plugin.
I just discovered that the “preload_replace” tag does not work if spaces are included around the equal sign. Try it yourself:
Back in 2008 while working on two large website redesign projects, I needed to create a set of common reusable styles and a series of basic HTML layout patterns. One of the projects needed a comprehensive style guide detailing the CSS usage. The project also required several layout variations in anticipation of different content configurations. Both projects shared some common layout features.
I just relaunched this site with an updated design, and updated code. The design is an evolution from what was here before. The layout is mostly the same, and the previous color scheme carried forward. I improved the legibility of the type, and switched from serving my own web fonts to Google web fonts. I brought news items back to the home page in order to keep updated content there. Some text content has been updated. I also added categorization in the work section.
I recently completed production on a website for Alan Hill Design. As with other projects we have collaborated on, Alan Hill designed the site, and I handled the front-end development. The website makes use of jQuery to load sections dynamically, and the content is editable via ExpressionEngine.