You Imagine it, I Make it Work
When you click on a button, submit a form or view a map with custom icons, my code makes it work. From new websites to adding functionality to an existing site, I help your site collect information and add value that keeps visitors coming back!
If you are a designer, project manager or website owner, let’s talk about how you can put my skills to work!
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At Beyond Paper there is no “one-size-fits-all”. We can custom-design an application to make your website work the way you want it to! Take a look at some of the applications which I’ve created.
Bring your forms into the 21st century with formatting, input controls and validation. Get your information delivered to you how you want it – whether in a database or by email.
From My Blog
Tables, or grids, are a good way to present data on websites. I really like jQuery DataTables for handling tables of information. In the demo below you can sort by column or search the entire grid. [iframe src="http://beyond-paper.com/inspiration/grids/" width="100%"...read more
BP Post to Google Map Premium – Custom map markers, geocoding, display posts on map by category.
BP Post to Google Map – add Lat/Lng to Posts and show them on a Google Map!
BP Pretty Quotes – shortcodes that result in nicely formatted quote blocks
BP Expire Category – Assign a date to remove a category from a post
This problem occurs when you paste some some HTML or provided code from a source like EventBrite while using the text editor tab, and then switch the tab to visual editing. The code you just put in will be stripped! Very annoying. There are two solutions.
Save with Text Editor Open
Don’t switch back to the WordPress visual editor – instead save the post with the text editor activated. This will save your code as-is, but you’ll need to remember to always save that page or post without switching to the visual editor.
Use a Plugin
The Disable Visual Editor WYSIWYG plugin will let you disable the WordPress visual editor on a page by page basis. So on pages where you have code you don’t want stripped, just activate the plugin and you’ll never have to worry about losing your code!