Get some feedback from your group. Create a list of things to improve or debugged. Create a post in Slack or your website where you can check them off as fix them. Share the post with your group members and let them edit so everyone can add to it.
Be sure to add your project title and group members names to the post
Get feedback create a todo list (Post it today. Edit it as you go this week.)
Publish a working version of your application to the web. This version should include basic functionality including some of the following:
Link your application from your /web2/ site, clearly labelled ex 4.2 beta version DUE: Friday, May 4th
Link to it from your Slack feedback group.
Get feedback from your Slack feedback group (Monday May. 7 / Tuesday May 8)
Note that the projects were not exactly the same, but thought it might be helpful for you guys to check them out anyway.
Create a project plan with the following elements:
Link your plan from your /web2/ site, clearly labelled ex 4.1 MicromediaGram Project Plan (or similar) DUE: Friday, April 20
Link to it from your Slack feedback group.
Get feedback from your Slack feedback group (Monday Apr. 30 / Tuesday May 1)
Before doing anything more: join our Slack micromediaGram channel
And check out the project design
This is a joint project, integrating your work in Comm & Info Tech and Web 2.
It integrates the backend work you have been doing in SQL, mySQL & PHP with the frontend work you have been doing in html, css & js.
The objective is to build a photo-sharing application that allows users to upload photos, view galleries, star favourites and add comments.
Ideally the application will be mobile-first & responsive and work across a variety of devices.
Setup a page using Bootstrap in a new folder i.e. web2/bootstrap
Add content from your Wordpress site using some of the Bootstrap features
Create a "friends & family" site using Bootstrap
Add content and use some of the Bootstrap features
Unit resources, exercises and projects.
Create a site using Wordpress. Your site can be either like a regular website or a blog or a combination of both, but be clear on the differnces.
Your site should include:
You will be evaluated on the following:
To backup Wordpress we need to back up:
# login to your webserver using ssh ssh STUDENTemail@example.com [your password] # navigate to your web2 folder cd web2/ # create a tarball g-zipped file of your entire wordpress folder tar -zcvf wordpress_backup.tar.gz wordpress
# login to your webserver using ssh ssh STUDENTfirstname.lastname@example.org [your password] # navigate to where you have your backup tar.gz file (web2/ ?) cd web2/ # unzip your tarball file tar xfz wordpress_backup.tar.gz
login to adminer (mySQL) with your user name & password. HINT: you can find them in your wp-config.php file if you have forgotten.
login to adminer, as above and do the following:
If it works, you should see your tables being recreated. Don't worry if there are errors saying the db or tables were not created because they already exist.
Write a blog entry on an article you have read. It can be this one: "Which is Better?" , something from my Twitter feed, or an article you find related to Wordpress or web design.
Your entry should include:
Add content to your Wordpress site including:
Create a home page in a subfolder named web2/ to link all your assigments.
And what's the difference between wordpress.com and wordpress.org
Read this article: "Which is Better?" to find out
Once you have installed Wordpress, please respond to this article with:
But perhaps the best resource for learning how to manage a Wordpress site is the Codex
//login to server ssh STUDENTemail@example.com [enter password] //navigate to the proper folder i.e. /web2/ using ls // list directory or folder ls -l //list -long to see directory with info cd directory_name // change directory cd .. // go up a directory // download, unzip and move wordpress directory wget http://wordpress.org/latest.tar.gz tar xfz latest.tar.gz //remove the g-zipped file rm -f latest.tar.gz //you can do this in Sublime Text > sftp or using SSH & linux //navigate to your wordpress folder then //change permissions on wp-content directory chmod -R 777 wp-content // having problems updating? // login to your web server using ssh commands above // navigate to your wordpress folder cd web2/wordpress // change file permissions chmod -R 777 wp-admin; chmod -R 777 wp-includes;
/*allow updating directly, without sftp*/ define('FS_METHOD', 'direct');
Your Wordpress database is: WP_web2_##student## . Obviously replace **student** with your stuent number: i.e.
Once you have uploaded wp-config.php with the changes, go to your wordpress folder i.e.
Wordpress will ask you to create a user, give your blog a title then ask you to login.
If it all works you should see your Wordpress Dashboard!!
Try to login using Adminer.
adding new themes? host: localhost user: STUDENT NUMBER pass: same as for Sublime
This course is a follow-up to web1: html, css & js.
We will learn how to install and manage a Content Management System, like Wordpress & Bolt CMS.
We will work with various frameworks and libraries like jQuery and Bootstrap to speed up web page development.
We will also complete a joint project together with your Comm & InfoTech class & Hugo, creating a dynamic website using a database.