Every web page comes down to html tags styled with css. Whether the html is hand coded or generated via a programming language, it displays the content. The css then applies styles to text within each html tag.
After liking the app page, users can select which item they dislike more or enter the contest. I wrote the contest form and a simple api for the flash game.
Users register to create a personal task (called a “whatever”) to raise money for youth homelessness.View Case Study
A simple facebook iframe Page Tab that uses FB.Canvas.setAutoResize().
A mobile version of a bigger site for non-flash phones (you know which one I'm talking about). I almost gave the QA person a heart attack when they started testing but using a normal web browser. The mobile jquery code is awesome.
Updated: Check out this new design!
Pulling data from CMS Made Simple's Company Directory module I made a super sweet store locator using Google Maps.
I'm really happy with how this site turned out! The contest pages were hand coded and it was nice to see my regular login code pass strict security testing. The image gallery and thumbnail previews come from cmsms.
Flash sites can do a lot of cool things. One thing it can't do, however, is be viewed on iphones and ipads. I was commissioned to make an html version of the flash site. I also modified the js on the pages loading the swf to detect if flash was available and forward to the html pages if necessary.
It's been a while since I had an ExpressionEngine project and the new ee2 is fun (says the nerd in me).
It's my first facebook app!
User's can get a "personalized" message (randomly selecting 1 of 6) added to their wall from the Team Chevy driver or can download an image that adds their profile picture to a collage of Chevy drivers. In the first day there are already a couple of hundred likes.
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