Codeable Contractor Reviews plugin

Edit: At some point in moving my site to a new server I did not copy over the plugin. I could probably dig it up from a backup if anyone ever requests it but otherwise I’ll leave the old post up for archival sake.

When Codeable updated their app to “2.0” they built it on a nice little api. I’ve been playing with WordPress and its api integration for a while now so I was quite excited to dig into another api.

Then again a new baby, summer, work, and generally life makes side projects….well side projects. Having said that I’ve got a very early version of the plugin available for any contractors who want to play with it below.

Notes

You need to add your contractor ID into the plugins file as the ID constant. Also its version .01 and powered by a nice bourbon so pardon the dust. It does work however 🙂

codeable-contractor-reviews

Usage
[codeable_reviews]
once installed. Some basic styling if you want:

.review-wrapper {
	border: 1px solid #ddd;
	border-radius: 3px;
	margin: 1%;
	padding: 15px;
	width: 48%;
	float: left;
	min-height: 210px;
}
.review-score {
    float: right;
}
img.review-avatar {
	border-radius: 2px;
	height: 60px;
	width: 60px;
	float: left;
	margin-right: 10px;
	}

Demo over on the project page here: http://devinvinson.com/codeable-contractor-reviews/

I’m going to push it to github after another revision as well.

A Year with Codeable

In late February of 2013 I found myself on a website called Codeable. A few minutes later I was emailing my credentials to try and get an invite to the live beta.

The idea was simple, but one which I had never heard of before: a freelancing job board connecting developers with clients, but without individual bidding for the client to choose from. Developers need to apply to have access to the clients and Codeable keeps everything running smoothly.

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Delayed fade-in effects with css

I hadn’t gotten a chance to work too much with css animation but decided to give it a try on some work today. With a quick stop over at css-tricks to brush up on things and another google on fade-ins I have a new snippet in my inventory. Demo on the gist is a simple ROYGBIV for a pretty demo.

Updated with a live Codepen Demo: http://codepen.io/DevinVinson/pen/EVGBYx

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