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Starting designs on the sports theme and thoughts about Adobe Experience

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Well, that was a long and tough semester. Taking 15 hours of credit, plus being sports editor at The Daily Texan plus a web development internship took up a lot more of my time than I originally thought it would. As a result, I didn’t get much time to work on anything WordPress related. In […]

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  • July Update for Sports Bench 2.0

    July Update for Sports Bench 2.0

    Work continues on Sports Bench 2.0. The theme and plugin are at around 95 percent completion. Main items left are testing to make sure everything works when you update to it. It’s on track to be released by early September

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  • June 2021 Sports Bench update

    June 2021 Sports Bench update

    Work on Sports Bench 2.0 continues at a good pace. See what has been done so far and what remains to be done before its release.

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  • Why you should learn (some) web development

    Why you should learn (some) web development

    Are you looking for something to learn in 2019? Wanting to fix or extend your website. Why not start to learn web development.

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    Why you should learn basic PHP

    A lot of people come to WordPress with no web development experience, which is fine. But it’s a great idea to learn at least basic PHP to help yourself out.

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  • Customizing the Sports Bench plugin

    Customizing the Sports Bench plugin

    While I wrote Sports Bench with the best intentions, it doesn’t quite have everything for every single person. So, if you’re wanting to make changes to the plugin, here’s how to do that.

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  • What you can do with MySQL, PHP and Sports Bench

    What you can do with MySQL, PHP and Sports Bench

    Now that the MySQL, PHP and Sports Bench tutorial has concluded, here are somethings you can do with this knowledge. The possibilities are endless.

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  • Getting more complicated player stats with MySQL and PHP

    Getting more complicated player stats with MySQL and PHP

    In the last tutorial in MySQL, PHP and Sports Bench, we go over how to order data, limit it, and then create a small stats leaderboard to tie it all together.

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  • Getting advanced player and team stats

    Getting advanced player and team stats

    So far we’ve learned basic MySQL and PHP commands to search, get and print data. Now we step it up as we combine tables to get stats and start to do cool things.

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  • Getting players information with Sports Bench and MySQL

    Getting players information with Sports Bench and MySQL

    Now that we know what SQL is, how to use it and how to output it with PHP, let’s try the same with players in Sports Bench.

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