phpMyEdit for PHP7 and MySQLi

phpMyEdit v5.7.1 does not work on PHP7: [03-May-2019 08:53:30 CST6CDT] PHP Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Call to undefined function mysql_connect() in /home/…/public_html/…/phpMyEdit.class.php:317 Stack trace:0 /home/…/public_html/…/phpMyEdit.class.php(3072): phpMyEdit->sql_connect()1 /home/…/public_html/…/phpMyEdit.class.php(3111): phpMyEdit->connect()2 /home/…/public_html/…/phpMyEdit.class.php(3372): phpMyEdit->execute()3 /home/…/public_html/…/edit.php(169): phpMyEdit->phpMyEdit(Array)4 {main} thrown in /home/…/public_html/data/phpMyEdit.class.php on line 317 To bring it up to PHP7 I updated: the __construct functions migrated the mysql_* calls to … Continue reading phpMyEdit for PHP7 and MySQLi

Goffstown NH Weather Forecast

I built a WordPress plugin and shortcode that grabs weather forecast from the NWS’ new Forecast API. Using the shortcode I can place the forecast anywhere on a post, page, or in a widget. The short code take two perimeters: 1) the location (as latitude, longitude), and 2) the number of days to show. Something … Continue reading Goffstown NH Weather Forecast

New Website For Forestry Organization

One of the new websites I’ve built recently was for New EnglandSociety of American Foresters. NESAF is a professional organization for foresters in the Northeast started in the early 1900’s. Rebuilding a large website with many priorities can be intimidating. To make your rebuild feel less daunting try following the simple process we used here … Continue reading New Website For Forestry Organization

Rebuilding The SoapstoneWorks Website

One of my recent projects was converting an older static HTML website to a modern responsive website with a WordPress admin system. A static HTML website is hard to update. You need quite a bit of knowledge and skills that’s unlike anything most people have exposure to. However, updating the content on a WordPress most … Continue reading Rebuilding The SoapstoneWorks Website

Warner Realty Partners – Real Estate Website

Yesterday I launched a new commercial real estate site for Warner Realty Partners: Highly customized version of WordPress Spacious theme by Theme Grill. Removed unneeded CSS @media queries for optimal performance. Developed a custom WordPress shortcode to render properties from Catylist MLS on the page. Cached for 12 hours for performance. Good boost for SEO. RETS feed from … Continue reading Warner Realty Partners – Real Estate Website

Falcon Surveying, Inc. Website

I designed and developed this new website for Falcon Surveying, Inc.  of Colorado.  The site is built on WordPress, with stripped down version of  WP Twenty Sixteen template. The template is built really well, but had more screen size variations than this site needs.  Stripping out several media query sections helps the site load faster.   The site … Continue reading Falcon Surveying, Inc. Website

Solarize Nashua Website

Nashua Solarize+ is an initiative started by the City of Nashua’s Energy Committee based on a national program by the US Dept of Energy.  The nation wide initiative is design to increase local green energy adoption by facilitating bulk discount pricing. Pretty cool stuff. managed the project, and I did the design and development. The … Continue reading Solarize Nashua Website

Building a Custom Trail Map Using OSM and Mapbox

Here is an high level overview of the process I use for building my own custom hiking trail map. The data I’m using (trails, summits, etc…) are available as open source from OSM. After I fetch and clean up the data I use MapBox to generate the map tiles, in a map style I designed.  Query TrailsNH to … Continue reading Building a Custom Trail Map Using OSM and Mapbox

Migrating from HTTP to HTTPS

I recently switched my hiking conditions website from HTTP and HTTPS.  Google’s documentation noted there may be a dip in my search rank and traffic while they re-index the site, but my experience was almost no detectable dip in the numbers. Here is the before and after from my Google Analytics account: That being said. Don’t … Continue reading Migrating from HTTP to HTTPS

NH Project Learning Tree Website

I designed the NH Project Learning Tree website based on the national website, and a PLT Style Guide published by Texas PLT. NH PLT went with discounted web hosting for non-profits provided by DreamHost. The DreamHost hosting service does seem reliable and fast, however I am not a fan of the hosting control panel … Continue reading NH Project Learning Tree Website

Last week I migrated Direct Mail & Digital Advertising company, from Joomla 1.5 to WordPress. The new site design was provided by Tom at TG Graphics, Manchester NH. My job was to build the new template (Photoshop to WordPress) and load the content. The end result was not exactly as Tom designed, but a … Continue reading