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Web Designer WordPress Programming

WordPress Web Designer and Programmer for GreenHub Network in Kansas City:
The Web Designer WordPress site for Greenhub Network was an experimental project developed to connect people with ideas about sustainability in Kansas City. To paraphrase the site, it allows you to Connect With Others, Share Your Own Listings, and Discover New Resources.

The goal was to create a site that allows the public to share their own posts, and this feature creates quite a technical challenge. When you allow the public to log in and create posts, your site suddenly has much more to keep track of.

The first requirement is to have people register so they can log in, and not just to gather data. They might want to delete or edit a post or add a new one later, so their username is the only thing a site has to connect a person to their content.

Once the user login feature is set up, it behaves just like any other site and it works great. It can be worth the trouble, because sites that allow user input tend to be more interesting.

SITE URL: http://www.greenhubnetwork.com

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  1. Commenting as the site administrator for GreenHub Network, I thought this would be a good place to demonstrate how comments work on the JDL Studio site. Every project on the site allows comments and feedback is always welcome.

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    GreenHub Network on March 6th, 2015 at 10:10 am

  2. As the site administrator for JDL Studio, this is how I would reply to GreenHub Network. I’m using a little different strategy for Avatars than what you normally see, since I think this will be easier to follow as the comment list grows larger.

    So to keep it cleaner and more simplified, anyone who comments will have a regular icon followed by their site link, and JDL Studio replies will always have a red icon.

    To submit a comment, what I’ve been doing is using my company name in the Name field, and then your comment will appear as these are – with your company name linked to your web site.

    Note that you can still comment if you don’t want to include a web address however, since the Website field is optional.

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    JDL Studio on March 6th, 2015 at 10:27 am


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