Multiple Canvas Objects (CE5)

I have taken a copy of Canvas Experiment 2 which grows and shrinks a circle and called it Canvas Experiment 5. Here is the full .js script of the growing and shrinking circle with annotation: //set a variable and use the querySelector method to target the canvas tag in the HTML var canvas = document.querySelector(‘canvas’); […]

Canvas Experiments 1-4

Here are my first experiments with canvas: Canvas Experiment 1 – Bouncing ball from Lis, 2017 tutorial. Canvas Experiment 2 – Modified bouncing ball, growing and shrinking. Canvas Experiment 3 – With randomisation of colour and size. Canvas Experiment 4 – Modified bouncing ball with audio. The canvas is a HTML element that I have […]

References on Every Page

Having created a central references page I need to place a link to the page on each page – this could be achieved by pasting a sentence and a link into each created page. This is a somewhat clunky solution and requires me to manually paste the information. So, how can I get a link […]

Initial ideas for the Learning Journal

The Learning Journal will be assessed on the quality of the following: CMS customisation Independent research Problem analysis and solution Reflection on learning Attribution and referencing My initial thoughts on the WordPress blog, after looking at the marking criteria for the assignment, are that I am considering constructing my own theme. This would cover the […]

WordPress Comments

I have enabled the comments (only for logged in users) and despite the fact that I don’t think this blog will attract much attention on the web, I have protected myself against some of the spam comments by using Askimet (spam plugin installed by default now) and by producing a blacklist that directs comments to […]

WordPress Permissions at the University of Brighton

To allow the system to administer the blog (install themes, upload images, perform updates, etc) the ‘cmisaspsql’ user needs ‘modify’ permissions on the ‘wp-content’ folder in the WordPress root. To achieve this you must be on a university computer – then follow these steps: Open File Explorer and navigate to your blog root. Find ‘wp-content’ […]

WordPress Installation

What follows is a high-level overview of a WordPress (WP) installation we carried out in the first lab.

Hello, world!

I am excited to be taking this module. I wanted to take it last year, but the timetable didn’t work out for me. Looking forward to adding to my knowledge of web design and development.