Weekly Blog Update – April 22, 2015

Hey Guys!

It’s been a weird week right? We all want to kick back and have a good weekend right? Good! Because this will be a pretty chill end to the week.

I’m going to show you guys something pretty out of this world – It’s called Mod X, a CMS (Content Management System) that puts you in control of EVERY aspect of your site – Including application builds and so much more!

Mod X offers multiple ways to implement code and strings of site pages, and allows for easier control over your mass amounts of data – and is scaleless, meaning you can go as big or as small  as you need! Everything is completely manageable and has a smooth UI to help you on your way. The goal of Mod X was to make design and implementation that much simpler for Web Developers of all levels, and even allows for multiple languages of code to exist in a seamless website environment without one stepping on the other! Below I’ll attach the link to the information page for Mod X – and include a pretty lengthy video that youtuber Jesse Showhalter made that directly compares WordPress to Mod X!

*At around 5 minutes in he begins breaking down advanced WordPress usage – showing you plugin usage and such! Very interesting to watch!

Here’s more information from the Mod X website!

http://modx.com/get-modx/

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HTML 5/CSS — J-Prop Shop Pages!

This is a practice page that allowed me to work with some of the basic elements of an HTML coded website. It's a small intro to CSS Sheets and linking them.

This is a practice page that allowed me to work with some of the basic elements of an HTML coded website. It’s a small intro to CSS Sheets and linking them.

The browser view for The J-Prop shop main webpage code!

The browser view for The J-Prop shop main webpage code!

The second page of practice, this one focuses on a specific product and allows you to work by what you've just learned. It was a lot easier to keep things cleaned up than the first code.

The second page of practice, this one focuses on a specific product and allows you to work by what you’ve just learned. It was a lot easier to keep things cleaned up than the first code.

The Browser view for the Basic Stick webpage code!

The Browser view for the Basic Stick webpage code!