Arizona Tenant Advocates
I inherited the website at Arizona Tenant Advocates. The prior developer completed most of the site and most of the PHP/MySql functionality was in place.
The best visible example of what I have done for Arizona Tenant Advocates is at http://arizonatenants.com/rankb.php?id=457
Through the use of PHP, MySql, and CSS I rearranged and added to the page.
I added the total detailed rank, rainbow gradient, the funny faces, and text alignment.
I created a “back end” framework using PHP, MySql, AJAX, and CSS. This framework provides for a secured back end that requires one to log in and be “authorized”. Each page of the back end validates the user and if not authorized redirects them to the login page. This framework include the ability to change one’s password. A super user can add, edit, delete users and change anyone’s password.
With the framework I am creating the ability to review ratings, add, edit, and delete properties and property management companies.
DoPhoenix.com is one of my own websites. I built it from scratch. I wrote every line of HTML, PHP, and CSS. Every page is built on the fly from a standard set of modules. The pages are intelligent, pulling information from their environment and from MySql tables.
Do Phoenix was built with rapid application / website development in mind.
AJAX Form Example
This is a desktop type of form. Only one form is needed to add, edit, delete, and search. A more traditional approach would require 3 or 4 forms. The whole idea is to create an environment that is familiar to the average user.
Please keep in mind this is a beta form that has gone through an enhancement to become production ready.
This website. I built it from scratch. I wrote every line of HTML, PHP, and CSS. Every page is built on the fly from a standard set of modules. Look around. I did the design, wrote all the text, did the programming, added some pictures, and added a few forms. Everything was done by hand.