Trevor Davis
Hi, I’m Trevor Davis, and I make websites. I’m obsessed with them; it’s a problem. I’m a 24 year old Front-End Developer living in Alexandria, VA. I work full-time at Matrix Group International and freelance on the side. I specialize in CSS, HTML, jQuery and WordPress. I spend a lot of my time writing blog articles, building websites, playing basketball, and watching movies.
Latest Posts
  • Code
    Web Development
    Creating a Google Map with ExpressionEngineEe map
    As Richard Tape has begun to show in his part 1 and part 2 articles on Becoming an ExpressionEngine Superstar, EE is a flexible and easy to customize CMS. Now that everyone has some understanding of how EE works, I thought I would take this opportunity to show a relatively real world example of creating a dynamic Google Map powered by EE.Read More…
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    Web Roundups
    The 13 Most Essential Plugins for WordPressWordpress plugins
    WordPress is a very powerful and flexible blog/content management system, but the thousands of plugins really help to extend the basic functionality. Here are 13 essential plugins that you should immediately install after finishing the WordPress installation.Read More…
  • Code
    HTML & CSS
    5 Ways to Instantly Write Better CSSCss
    Sure, anyone can write CSS. Even programs are doing it for you now. But is the CSS any good? Here are 5 tips to start improving yours.Read More…
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    Web Development
    Creating a “Filterable” Portfolio with jQueryPortfolio thumb
    If you have worked in your field for a while, there is a pretty good chance that you have a rather extensive portfolio. To make it a little easier to navigate, you will probably be tempted to break them into different categories. In this tutorial, I will show you how to make "filtering by category" a little more interesting with just a little bit of jQuery.Read More…
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    Web Development
    Exactly How to Create a Custom jQuery AccordionAccordion thumb
    Accordions can be very useful for showing lots of different sections of data in a small amount of space. jQuery UI has a built in Accordion function, but according to the jQuery UI Build your Download, the size of the Core jQuery UI and Accordion scripts are 25kb and 16.6kb, respectively. Today, I'll show you how to build a custom accordion that is more "bandwidth efficient".Read More…