I build high quality websites that conform to current standards. Websites include corporate sites, ecommerce, listings, dynamic and static sites.
All websites are hosted on servers with fast SSD, high bandwidth and data redundancy. Your sites will also be remotely backed up from day one.
Launching your site is just the beginning. Set up google analytics & gtm to track the vital metrics to increase your conversion rates.
After hitting up the w3schools html tutorials, I host my first +100 pages website in pure HTML4 & CSS. nightmare . .
Responsive design wasn’t a thing yet, I built my first site using the 960 grid system.
Without any knowledge of PHP, I dive in and host my first Joomla website relying solely on cpanel and a css template generator.
With the addition of Custom Post types and taxonomies in Wordpress, it started getting referred to as a CMS. I probably launched over a hundred sites in Wordpress thanks to the themes and plugins.
I Learned basic php, css, jQuery, bootstrap, mysql and also got to use modx, processwire and started made custom themes in Wordpress.
I got used to the cli and experimented with various linux control panels(cpanel, whm, plesk, vestacp, webmin, ZPanel, serverpilot etc.)
I started learning OOP and how to develop large websites without using frameworks and cms.
I developed ecommerce websites using these popular platforms in PHP. All of them are great choices each having their own Pros and Cons.
Static Sites = fast + secure. Static site generators like Hugo and middleman are freaking awesome.
I developed some solid skills in photography, lightroom and photoshop thanks to product photography for our ecommerce site.
Again, not web related but I learned touch typing by switching to Dvorak. This along with the ortholinear keyboards doubled my productivity.
Building a few projects with Laravel 5.6 which has been amazingly fun. Still learning OOP.