This framework handles adding pages to a coloring/activity book and lays them out for print using css.
The CSS has rules for page-breaks and fitting the images to the page.
Selected folders are traversed looking for svg files or raster images to add to the selection fields on the front-end.
Additional scripts are loaded from a specific folder if necessary.
Dynamic endpoints can also be added. The examples in the demo are the word-search and sudoku pages.
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Download a sample file created from this Demo. The sample was created by printing to a virtual PDF printer.
This was an exercise in creating a stylesheet that makes the CSS Zen Garden emulate a mainstream website. I used deviantArt as my example.
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This is my personal website and blog to discuss current projects and thoughts. This site evolved from an assignment for a college web-design course. I created a book list database leveraging Amazon’s API via a custom WordPress plugin.
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This website was created as part of a college class assignment to make a website for a fake product. I chose to design a page to sell comic book related merchandise and sell a story.
The site was designed and built “from scratch” starting with a Photoshop mockup that I created. Parts of the site were loaded and parsed by a template from a static text file.
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