All the Dogs

All the Dogs

This project was adapted from a project that was subject to a Non-disclosure agreement. Both the client’s project and this project are built with WordPress using a custom theme coded from scratch.

The client’s project had 12 unique page templates, whereas this adapted version has three unique templates: the home page, gallery and the page for each individual dog.

The unique templates showcase the most interesting technical aspects of the project

This project was adapted from a project that was subject to a Non-disclosure agreement. Both the client’s project and this project are built with WordPress using a custom theme coded from scratch.

The client’s project had 12 unique page templates, whereas this adapted version has three unique templates: the home page, gallery and the page for each individual dog.

The unique templates showcase the most interesting technical aspects of the project

On the homepage the layout is created using Advanced Custom Fields in order to create a grid of …dogs…that can be swapped around, and turned on and off from the back end without affecting the dog article.

Towards the bottom of the homepage is a gallery which is coded with vanilla JavaScript. The full gallery page has a similar gallery, but with scrollable thumbnails and the ability to play videos.

On the homepage the layout is created using Advanced Custom Fields in order to create a grid of …dogs…that can be swapped around, and turned on and off from the back end without affecting the dog article.

Towards the bottom of the homepage is a gallery which is coded with vanilla JavaScript. The full gallery page has a similar gallery, but with scrollable thumbnails and the ability to play videos.

Each individual dog page is supplied with relevant content from Wikipedia via its API. This wasn’t actually part of the original project, the client wrote their own content, but saved me time on copying and pasting some content to fill the pages with.

The full website can be viewed here.

Each individual dog page is supplied with relevant content from Wikipedia via its API. This wasn’t actually part of the original project, the client wrote their own content, but saved me time on copying and pasting some content to fill the pages with.

The full project can be viewed here.

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