1) UI Framework – Use Foundation/Bootstrap for CSS/JS. Make sure what you create looks nice!
2) Responsive – Your assignment must work on mobile devices like iPhone/Android.
Code Organisation – All 3rd party codes, library must be inside lib folder. No unwanted files e.g. IDE files, temporary files should be committed on git-repo. (Hint: Write a nice .gitignore)
3) Coding Standard – Your code must pass WordPress coding standard. You can use PHP Code Sniffer and JSHint on localhost. Additionally, you can should configure scrutinizer-ci so your code quality can be seen easily.
4) Unit Testing – Assignments without unit tests will not be accepted. You may use wp-cli to setup unit testing easily.
5) Github Readme – Write a nice Github Readme using markdown syntax. Make sure you include demo link and links to libraries used in readme.
1: Create WordPress Theme
Please create a WordPress theme based on details provided in attachment. Attachment contains:
Original PSD file.
Sliced Images from PSD (this will help if you do not have photoshop)
Readme files with instructions.
Below are download links for two WordPress theme assignments, with different complexity levels. You can take any one based on your skills, expertise and interests.
Simple PSD to WordPress ( Attached with this post attachment section )
Complex PSD to WordPress Theme Assignment (Attached with this post attachment section)
-You need to create a homepage only. Don’t bother about inner-pages styling.
-You must use WordPress “Theme Options Page” for different settings. Do not hard code a lot of stuff.
-Please use [login to view URL] starter theme for this task.
2: Create WordPress Plugin
This plugin will test if you are familiar with WordPress shortcodes.
Create an admin-side settings page.
Provide an interface to add/remove images from plugin settings page.
User must be able to change order of uploaded image.
(Hint: Use [login to view URL] )
Create provision for a shortcode like [myslideshow]
When you add shortcode [myslideshow] to any page, it will be replaced by a slideshow of images uploaded from admin-side.
You can use any jQuery slideshow library/plugin.
This plugin will test if you are familiar with WordPress metabox([login to view URL]) functionality.
Goal is to create a plugin so that we can display more than one author-name on a post.
Add a new metabox, labeled “contributors” to WordPress post-editor page.
This metabox will display list of authors (wordpress users) with a checkbox for each author.
User (author/editor/admin) may tick one or more authors name from the list.
When post saves, states of checkboxes for author-list in “contributors” box must be saved as well.
Use a post-content filter.
At the end of post, display a box called “Contributors”.
It will have list of authors checked for that post.
Show contributor names with their Gravatars.
Contributor-names must be clickable and will link to their respective “author” page.