Posted Nov 14, 2010. Filed under affiliations. 8 comments.
Hey. I’m not much good with procrastination sometimes. Basically I haven’t made much progress with the whole php thing, but I have a better understanding of how I’ll go about it. I also discovered some cool stuff—Did you know that the language php has function that do what the filters due in photoshop? (Remove color, gaussian blur, etc.) I wonder if thats how some internet image editing things work.
So as for affiliates, say hello to Tuc, again, and Emi with Vegasskies is also back. Dovey (chaoticlove) is off the list for now. (Reapply with your new site when it’s finished.) I also made Amy of Zish a button and threw out all the ridiculous dashes and whatnot I had inserted to make “Zish” 88 pixels long. xP
Posted Nov 2, 2010. Filed under site, resource, code. 8 comments.
Its november now, which means multiple things. First, it’d been over a week, I think, since I last posted. Second, the milk in the fridge is now one day expired. Third, I can start hoping for snow. Fourth, the first quarter of the school year ends this week, which means all the teachers are assigning last-minute projects. *sarcastic 8D*
And of course, fifth, it’s NaNoWriMo, and for not the first time, I am too lazy and busy to participate.
However, the real reason I’m cracking my knuckles today has nothing to do with any of the above facts. Getting to the point, I still haven’t finished php and mysql for dummies, but I’m feeling motivated! Perhaps it’s because computer club has been slow for the last week or two, and my inner computer-language-nerd is kicking in, eager to make use of wasted time. That’s probably the most likely reason, but in any case, I’m going to tell you why this php stuff is important.
I want to make an easy way to upload and manage the stock photo portion of the site The book I’m reading shows how to create a web site with accounts and a catalogue, so I’m hoping to make a searchable database of photos members can contribute to. This will also be nice for me because it means I don’t have to do the menial work of copying and pasting the code for each category page. If I can pull this off, it will be awesome.
So there you go; the secret plan that has been simmering within be for the past half-a-year.