A quick reference

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As I spend more time using WordPress I have come to really appreciate some of its features. The simplicity in which you can customize and add features really shows why it is so used. Today I’m going to go over some of those features. We are going to discuss themes…

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So, a good friend of mine is starting her own pottery business. I am super excited for her, as I know she has wanted to do this for some time now. As a way to support her in this, I decided to create her a site. …

Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets

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I’ve recently started working with Sass, or Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets. They are a great what to style your sites, that goes beyond what basic CSS can do. …

Part 3

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This is my third installment of me journey with PHP. The first post I gave a little history of PHP. We dove into variables, assignment operators, and contacting with the (.) dot operator. You can read that article . In the second one which you can read , we dove…

Part 2

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So in my last post, I gave a little history of PHP. We dove into variables, assignment operators, and contacting with the (.) dot operator. You can read that article . In this one, we will keep getting into syntax. …

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So in my last post, I wrote a little about WordPress. In that same vain I’m going to write about PHP, the language that WordPress is written with. I will get into the history, and some best practices. This might end up being a multi-post topic, much like Java was…

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So last week I went to my first in-person interview. Which was both exciting and surprising. I didn’t that was a thing yet, so I was very taken aback when I got the email to come in. I wen tin with the idea that I was interviewing for the Front-end…

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I made the decision that I want to focus more on Front-End development. So I want to start working on my HTML/CSS, Javascript and React, and I just started learning PHP. So for this post, I’m going to talk about how to make a responsive site. What I mean by…

A beginners tale…part 5

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Welcome to my fifth and final post about my trip into learning java. In, I talked a little about the history and some basic principles. With, I went into state and instances, with some time explaining a little about object-oriented programming. Then…

A beginners tale…part 4

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Welcome to the fourth part of my journey with java. In the , I talked a little about the history and some basic principles. With the , I went into state and instances, with some time explaining a little about object-oriented programming. In the , we talked…

Robert M Ricci

Full Stack Developer Ruby and Javascript. Recent grad of the Flatiron School.

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