In between programming and day-to-day life, I also help develop websites. In particular, I have been using Wikidot, a powerful and highly flexible platform perfect for personal, community, and business sites alike. Since 2008, I have been named one of Wikidot's elite members by the development team and have created one of their recognized web templates. I can likely answer any questions you have about Wikidot if you contact me, or you could drop by the Community Site where I and other experts frequent.

Below, you can view some of the projects I have authored or contributed to.

TAGD-IGDA

TAGD-IGDA (Texas Aggie Game Developers) is a collegiate student organization that focuses on game development and design. Affiliated with the International Game Developers Association, our goal is to help prepare members for the game dev industry.

This website allows members to keep up with opportunities and dates using a news system and custom-made calendar. The site is fully mobile compatible as well.

TAGD-IGDA

HaxeDev

HaxeDev is a Haxe programming resource dedicated to teaching how to use Haxe for the development of apps, games, and more. Haxe does not have a very large documentation base, so I am seeking to build one while learning the language at the same time. Over time, HaxeDev will acquire a variety of news posts, articles, and tutorials.

HaxeDev

Blog Template

The Blog Template is a specialization of the Standard Template that allows Wikidot users to easily create and maintain online blogs. Wikidot does not inherently support blogs, but it provides all the tools necessary to make one. With this template, users do not need all the know-how in order to create and manage their sites.

I created this template as a mobile-friendly version of another template created by fellow Wikidot users years ago.

Blog Template

Notebook Template

The Notebook Template is a specialization of the Standard Template that emulates Microsoft's OneNote in order to provide users with an easy-to-use webbook. Like the Standard Template, this site is bootstrap enabled and cloneable so that other Wikidot users can develop their own sites.

I originally made the Notebook Template in 2009. After developing the Standard Template, I renovated the old notebook into what it is now.

Notebook Template

TAGD

TAGD (Texas Aggie Game Developers) is a collegiate student organization that focuses on game development and design. This site is the organization's information center; opportunities, meeting reminders, and general information are posted for members to view, and a calendar allows people to keep track of TAGD's events.

This is an old version of the site and can no longer be viewed. When TAGD became affiliated with IGDA in 2015, I upgraded the website to reflect the colors of IGDA more appropriately.

TAGD

Standard Template

The Standard Template is Wikidot's first Bootstrap-enabled template site. It provides basic pages and facilities to help others get started on their new projects. Wikidot users can hence clone the site and modify it in order to fit their needs. Before the Standard Template, Wikidot web templates were not mobile compatible, so this site is ideal for those hoping to make a website in the modern era.

I developed the CSS theme and most of the page layout, and I authored all the help pages.

Standard Template

Life's Handbook

Life's Handbook is an anonymous repository of people's reflections on the Bible. Individuals inspired by the Word of God can post how the Scripture moved them. In doing so, Life's Handbook becomes a nexus of encouragement as people read the testimony of others.

The site was initially created by myself and two others.

Life's Handbook

TI Basic Developer

The TI-Basic Developer is a repository for information regarding the TI-Basic programming language on TI's graphic calculators. The website contains multiple encyclopedic entries of techniques, documentation of all available functions, and an archive for programs developed by users.

I helped write documentation for the TI-Nspire, wrote beginner tutorial pages, and developed a large part of the site's program archive system.

TI Basic Developer
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Standard Theme Series

The Standard Theme Series is my third major CSS series, this time integrated with Twitter's Bootstrap for mobile compatibility. These themes were built in tandem with The Standard Template and its derivatives so that Wikidot would have a standardized slate that users could extend. Using a subtle mix of round and sharp elements, the theme is fierce, yet elegant.

Standard Theme Series

The Art in Articles

The Art in Articles is a Wikidot CSS theme designed for informational wikis that contain long articles. Content is accentuated by the large, central body, and the side and top bars augment the readers' navigational experience while creating a scholarly feel.

This theme revamps the first CSS theme I had ever made, Articles n' More, applying CSS3 features and some mobile compatibility.

The Art in Articles

WebBrand Series

The WebBrand Series is the second major set of Wikidot themes that I had made, but the first set to utilize the powers of CSS3 which allows for the easy addition of rounded corners, basic animations, shadow effects, and more. Amalgamating my prior experience with this new tool has manifested itself into an elegant, yet soft, theme meant for blogs, corporations, and educational sites.

WebBrand Series

Life's Handbook

This is an old version of the theme currently used by Life's Handbook. Designed to feel peaceful, the theme uses a combination of a sky-like blue and cloudy white colors to emulate the sky. Accentuated by the logo's rainbow, the heavenly disposition fits well with the site's purpose.

The site's theme was eventually changed to accommodate mobile devices better.

Life's Handbook

Developer Series

The Developer Series is a set of themes made for clean simplicity, working as a general all-around web design. After acquiring all my knowledge about cross-compatibility, how CSS works, and how to incorporate images, I combined everything into one to make a nice series meant to work for educational sites, corporations, and even personal blogs.

Developer Series

Corner Game

Corner Game features a graphic top-left corner meant to add edge to the website. While the corner causes the top navigation bar to be incompatible, the content and side navigation are exemplified. I attribute much of the development of my CSS proficiency to this theme, for it was with the Corner Game that I experimented with complex images, positioning, and gradients.

Corner Game

Articles n' More

This is the first CSS theme I created. Made for the Wikidot platform, it has a simple easy-to-read feel and allows for a custom logo in the top left corner. I have since renovated the theme into The Art in Articles in order to integrate CSS3 features that have been released since then.

At the time, Articles n' More won Wikidot's Theme Competition. Nowadays, I would not recommend using it in light of more modern designs.

Articles n' More

Specific Users Only

This widget allows Wikidot users to hide or show data based on who is currently logged on. This means that certain administrative links can be hidden from common viewers. Originally developed by James Kanjo in 2010, I discovered an improvement that allowed it to be more compatible with other Wikidot modules.

Specific Users Only

Image Box

The Image Box allows Wikidot users to easily generate a heading or caption for images. Normally, such a task could only be accomplished with the use of complex tables. This wikiapp packages that complex table into a simple-to-use slice of code.

The original version of the Image Box was made in 2010, and it quickly became one of the most used Wikiapps at the time. I have since revised it to include Bootstrap compatibility.

In 2015, the Image Box was modified to utilize Bootstrap modals. More can be read here.

Image Box

Checklist

The Checklist is a wikiapp made especially for managing a list of to-dos. Community sites would especially benefit from this application's ability to organize and prioritize various required tasks. Options can be set to one of five different priority levels and be in one of three different statuses: Unfinished, Checked, and Canceled.

Checklist

Chatbox

The Chatbox is a mini chatroom emulator that allows people across Wikidot to nearly-instantaneously communicate. As Wikidot does not innately support live feeds, this widget serves as a good workaround for those that need quick communication.

James Kanjo created the original, and much larger, Chatroom. This smaller rendition was imagined by leiger and bcammo. My contribution was writing the Javascript that allowed it to automatically update.

Chatbox