Over the past two months I've been working on a new purpose for this website.. Keeping it a blog doesn't really seem to be working haha. So I'll be turning it into a portfolio site!
All of these posts will still exist, have some details to iron out still but things are moving along at a good pace.
There are more goodies to show off, but for now, here's my new logo:
In the mean time if you are looking for a new website or maintenance on a current WordPress website please tweet me @JoeMittler or fill out my contact form.
Until the theme refresh..
February 8, 2012 By 1 Comment
Just thought I'd make a quick post for anyone living under a rock, and doesn't know that as of 8:30pm tonight Shopsorad.com launched!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!2121212131313111one..... The site itself (my internship) has been done for quite a few months now, it's just content and wp-e-commerce, that was holding it back.. But all that's changed! Now back to work work....
February 8, 2012 By
So Rad's Pad
Description: Baby apparel designed to be functional & stylin' by a Mummy. Link: http://shopsorad.com Completion Date: February 8, 2012
August 19, 2011 By
Description: A service for Seneca students to sell their new or used textbooks. Link: http://BookAid.ca Completion Date: August 2011
June 23, 2011 By
Sweet Confectionery Cakes Shopping Cart
Description: A simple shopping cart for a cake store. Link: N/A Completion Date: June 2011
March 27, 2011 By Leave a Comment
Wanting to get something easy out-of-the-way yesterday I figured I'd take the 10 minutes needed and add the things due this Monday for Crisps class. After adding the links I went to add a custom header as I have done on many other websites including this one.. I remember Crisp said in class that the zenit techs didn't compile php with jpg or jpeg support, so it was no surprise to me when it failed. Before everyone goes emailing Crisp or tweeting me I figured I should make this handy-dandy work around. Let's begin! Step 1: Find an image you want to use for the custom header. It can be anything (within reason). Step 2: Open Photoshop, MS Paint or whatever application you have available and resize the image. It should be around 720 pixels wide by 180 pixels in height (720x180). Otherwise your header image will be huge and make your blog look weird and possibly n00bish. Step 3: This step isn't required but highly recommended. With Photoshop still open make a smaller version of the header image maybe 200 pixels in width and the corresponding height. Save it with the same name as the image made in Step 2 but add "-thumb" before the file extension. This is so you can see the image on the Header page. Step 4: Open FileZilla or your preferred FTP application. Log on to the zenit server and go to this path: public_html/wordpress/wp-content/themes/tarski3/headers. Let me break this path down. public_html is where files go that you want visitors to see. wordpress is the directory name I'm assuming you used, it may vary.. wp-content is the WordPress directory where all your content goes. Examples: themes, plugins, uploads, images, videos, etc.. themes is where your themes are located and edited. tarksi3 is the theme we installed in class, again this folder name may vary, mines tarski. headers is the folder where all the header images are stored. Step 5: Navigate in the left area of FileZilla and locate the image(s) that you resized for your header in Step 2. Drag over or double-click to upload the image(s) to the "headers" folder. Step 6: Login to your WordPress admin area. An example link is: http://zenit.senecac.on.ca/~dma322_111a19/wordpress/wp-admin . Step 7: Locate the "Appearance" tab on the left and then click on "Header". If everything went well you should see your header thumbnail. Or a broken image if you didn't make the thumbnail. Step 8: Click on the radio button to the left of the image thumbnail and click "Save Changes". Step 9: If you click the link on the top left of your blog it will bring you to the main page where you can see your stylish new custom header image! Step 10: Pass the link to this post onto others who need help: http://wp.ly/jC. On a side note, I find it interesting how hardly anybody has posted on their blogs this semester..