This is a wordPress site that I maintain for a company that sells professionally taken photographs. It uses the Imagely theme and NextGEN Gallery shopping cart to accommodate digital downloads. The site has had more than its fair share of security issues which I took care of. I recently migrated the site to a new Web host.
Here's a site I built for a client who recycles old computer and electronics equipment for a living. The site originally used the Joomla! content management system but is now just a simple HTML site.
I created this site for a movie director to promote his latest film. Technologies used: HTML5/CSS3, jQuery. Linux hosting. This site was entirely hand coded with a text editor! (Update: This site was abandoned by the owner. The code now exists on my personal Web space.)
Here's a simple site I made for an Oracle consultant. After years in the industry, she decided to strike out on her own! Technologies used: HTML/CSS. Linux hosting. (Update: The site owner retired and then abandoned the site, so I moved the code to my private server, and just for the fun of it, I WordPress-ized it!)
Another work in progress. Eventually this site will get a Joomla! backend and move to a production server. (Update: The owner scuttled this business idea, so this Website will likely see no further development.)
I did this portfolio site for a movie director. It's a work in progress at the moment. Eventually it will get a Joomla! backend and move to a production server. (Update: Another site abandoned by the owner. The site is currently on my personal Web space and serves as a demo.)
Here's a site I made for a car hobbyist to display the progress he's making on restoring a 1969 Ford Mustang. Technologies used: Joomla! content management system (CMS), HTML5/CSS3, jQuery. Linux hosting. (Update: The site's owner decided not to chronicle the car project on the Web. The site now exists on my personal Web space.)