The CT Photo Ops site was developed to allow our client the ability to manage and monitor the status of various houses they intend to photograph and use in their marketing material. The bulk of the site is powered by Gravity Forms to capture and store user input on the front end, so there’s no need to access the more traditional WordPress backend.

To do this, I utilized JavasScript and AJAX (PHP) to store the information captured by the forms in the backend. Using various hooks and filters, the data from the forms was processed into custom post types, meta and taxonomies. On the front end, we used other hooks and filters to populate our forms with the various bits of information.

One last fun integration was ChartsJS. While I did not do a tremendous amount of work with it, I did help integrate some of the data by using AJAX and jQuery.


This project was done while working at Miller Designworks

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