Here are a few things I made. Click them to test out for yourself. In depth explanations are beneath each link, and throughout each app.
I built this website from scratch to W3C standards with progressive enhancement (no WYSIWYG editors), and it works in all major browsers. I made all of the:
That means I made it work and look good all the way down to a screen width from 280px to 1920px wide. So it will even work on cell phones and other mobile devices with small screens.
If you're on a desktop computer: Resize your window below 675px wide until you see the style change. The triangle up top is a button you click or tap for navigation.
And how when over 675px wide all the images continue to stay perfectly centered when resizing the window. If you don't see that, your browser might need to be updated so it has the ability to render flex boxes, otherwise you'll just see them spaced equally from left to right, but not perfectly centered every time.
The responsiveness of the popup modals when you click on them also continue to be proportional to the screen width and height, and how when the images are larger, you can scroll down to see the rest of the popup (without the overflow: auto; property/value, you wouldn't be able to see it).
The breakpoints and buttons for each popup still look good too. The white-space property has been set to not wrap the text. After you click on a popup, notice the red 'Close (X)' button when resizing the window from 1920px wide down to 280px, and how it stays as one single unit instead of breaking into 2 separate pieces of 'Close', and an ugly overlapping block of '(X)' (a very common mistake with WYSIWYG editors).
SVG, or Scalable Vector Graphics, are types of graphics that are infinitely scalable, and never pixelated. You can do many cools things with SVG buttons.
I set the svg buttons on this site inside an <object> tag to make people cache the buttons and not have to download the file over and over again everytime they go to a new page. Doing so makes it more efficient than if I wrote it inline. This saves 23kb everytime, a very valuable thing if you have a bad internet connection.
You can have wonky shaped buttons. On a desktop with an updated browser like Firefox or Chrome: resize your window to under 675px, then move your mouse in between the teeth of any cog, and notice how it won't brighten up unless it touches the cog or it's teeth. So you can have wonky shaped buttons in any way you desire.
Let's say you wanted SVG link navigation that looked like a flower with many overlapping flower petals. Then when you hover one of the petals, it would change color, come to the top of the ones overlapping it, and go to a certain page when you click it. And if you clicked anywhere between each petal, nothing would happen.
Semantic markup is very important for blind people that use screen readers. They have programs that go through the code I write, and read the words out loud so they can go through the site. Having semantic markup like <article> <section>, and <nav> tags help search engines and screen readers recognize what a tag contains, so it's more efficient for the user to go through and understand.
SEO is Search Engine Optimization. It's a long term strategy to help you rank higher in search results. The basics of it are to have relevant search terms inside the <title>, <meta> description, and <h#> tags, but search engines often like more. To give more, I utilize schema.org's microdata. Doing this can give you a chance at having a snippet of your code inside the searh results, which can bring much more traffic to your site.
SEO matters because, let's say you want a website that sells organic dog food. So you make a business, get your suppliers, ship it to a warehouse, and set up your website with a WYSIWYG editor (WhatYouSeeIsWhatYouGet). Those editors usually only create a bunch of <div> tags for everything, which are generalized tags for essentially anything. With no relevant title, meta, heading tags, nor schema and other SEO markup: Your chance of getting any traffic from free search results is going to be 0. Especially if you're a local business. You won't even show up on google maps or anything else like that. The only way you will get any traffic with a site like that is by burning money into paid advertisements. On the other hand, if you did the research to set those properly with hot keywords, you registered with the major search engines to submit your sitemap(s) and your local business: you can expect free traffic. There are some other factors involved, but what I just said are some of the biggest and most important.
Hover your mouse over the images below, click to see them MUCH larger, and scroll as needed. I put more than just the art on this website here. This website looks prettier on Chrome or anything based off it because I could style the scroll bar with webkit, but it's still pretty on Firefox, just slightly less.
If you've been looking for someone to make you some cool art, or a website / web apps that freedom hating people are reluctant to help you with: You have no need to worry with me. I will do what you need to get the job done. But I will not compromise my beliefs to do so. What are those beliefs? Seek the truth in all things, be honorable in everything you do, look in the mirror / don't be a hypocrite, and aim for the freedom of all people from those who wish to destroy them.
I don't like the left or the right, I would rather have Ron Paul as president if he ran, but Trump is the next best option. I have a lot of overlap with him. He has some things I dislike about him, but they're not deal breakers to me because he's done a lot to expose the hypocrisy, lies, and double standards of the system and mainstream media, and free us from things that have destroyed the world. For example, around Christmas of 2018 he ended the war is Syria, Afghanistan, and got North Korea to stop testing nukes. I don't believe in rulers to begin with, but that's another story with some detailed explanation required...
Our world is dealing with good vs evil, morality vs immorality, and a lot of people have chosen evil. Most often it's done out of willful ignorance. How so?
Current examples of double standards can be seen with current laws in the USA... For example, did you know that the cops have no duty to protect you? Meaning that if you dial 911, they don't have to come, even though your tax dollars pay for them??? Here's the proof in California law.
This principle is the same for EVERY state too. And I quote:
"Neither a public entity nor a public employee is liable for failure to establish a police department or otherwise to provide police protection service or, if police protection service is provided, for failure to provide sufficient police protection service."
Why is it the same in every state?? Because the following is U.S. Supreme Court case law affirming the same fact. Meaning that it's the law of the land. So if the US Supreme Court says something is the law, then it's the law in that instance, and any other instance with the same factors. And this no duty to protect you case law remains true even when political parties (left or right) try to rob the people's abilities to defend themselves with anti gun laws that various politicians try to get passed.
Here's the relevant part, and I am not taking it out of context. To prove this for yourself: Go to a regular public library, or a law library (usually at a court house), ask if they have any online legal research subscriptions to things like Westlaw or Lexis Nexis. Then go to the search bar, make sure all state and federal cases are selected, and type in the following case cite: Bowers v DeVito, 686 F.2d 616, 618 (7th Cir. 1982).
"...But there is no constitutional right to be protected by the state against being murdered by criminals or madmen....""
There's also another real eye opening one called Town of Castle Rock, Colo v Gonzalez 545 US 748. In that case, a lady had some kids with someone she was separated with. She had a restraining order on him. The guy came to kidnap them, he did, and he murdered the kids. During the process of it all happening, she frantically called the cops over, and over, and over, and they did nothing, yet they had tons of time to do so. Later on she tried to sue the cops/city, lost, and the same fact was affirmed: "TOO BAD!".
So there you go. And no, I don't hate cops for being cops, but when ANYONE is turned into a political tool to rob people of their rights: I'm against them. There are plenty of examples of that too, such as when the PATRIOT Act was created around 2001. Watch Penn and Teller's Big Brother episode for a good idea why.
Because of this sort of stuff and much more, don't you see how Trump is not the issue? There are far worse things going on, which many people on both sides of the spectrum have pushed for, with the goal of the loss of our rights. This is why I don't like the left or right. It's ignorance and moral decay, all over the world, that has led the world to the position it's in today. And I like Trump because he represents, and is a giant kick in the balls of people who've been trying to rob the people of our rights and destroy us for longer than I've been alive. And what has he done to help us?
So because of Trump, there is going to be far more freedom, peace, and stability, than with Bernie or Hillary or any crook like them.
As a closing statement... After I learned to represent myself in court for criminal and civil cases, do my own legal research, write my own memoranda, motions, etc., I beat a couple tickets. And the level of collusion, double standards, semantic word games, ignorance, hypocrisy, bluff, and the system giving you all the rope you need to hang yourself and hope you're stupid enough to do it WAS EXTREMELY OBVIOUS.
Though I don't agree with Trump on everything, I thank God Trump is president because he's helped a lot in pulling the people's heads out of their asses. Not to the extent I want, but enough to make a GIANT difference and open people's mind's. He was a spark for a fire that was waiting to happen, and now it's lit. I'm very grateful for that, and I hope it grows rapidly to rid us of the many evils that plague us, and the far worse ones which are coming. I also hope that you reading this, consider my words, and check out the links I mentioned, especially the next one.
The whole world is mostly a scam. Nearly everything you're taught in the public fool system is a lie... A very cool ~30 minute cartoon giving you a brief overview of those evils, is a video called The American Dream. I suggest everyone watch it sometime. It's totally worth it, and you won't be sad you spent the time on it. Get some popcorn, pay attention, then think about it. Contrast and compare. Then look in the mirror, and be critical of yourself too.
Where do you stand?
I give free estimates.
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