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I really loved designing and developing this website. The site had a directory of Christian businesses, a forum, and a listing of local Christian churches. It was my first attempt at using PHP with a MySQL database, and an expiramentation with a totally fluid CSS layout. The site is no longer live on the web, but the template was donated to the open source community.
I got the idea for this website template's basic structure from one of the CSS Zen-Garden templates; click here to see it. While basic in complexity, this site actually had some really great content. The home page content was a summary of my notes from an evangelism class, which shares a technique of approaching somebody and sharing my belief in Jesus Christ. There were also two Windows XP tutorials; One tutorial was about changing the start button color and text, and the other tutorial was about installing a custom open folder icon for Windows Explorer. Lastly, there was a page with pictures of my son. This website is no longer online.
This website was made for Anna Allen, owner of SheaLicious, LLC. The template for this site had been designed with accessibility in mind, and incorporated a "sticky footer". Originally developed as an eCommerce site with shopping cart and checkout, Shealicious, LLC has now merged with another company, and the website is no longer online.
This website was done for Monica Atherton of Real Estate Concierge in Murrieta, and is no longer an active website. The look of the template was derived from a template that she had purchased, but that purchased template was basically unusable for a quality website. I converted the look of the template to a standardized CSS/XHTML template. Monica's needs for the website eventually made it necessary to adapt the template to five different page layouts.