Greg London in New Orleans French Quarter.Greg London has managed, built, and edited code on multiple blogs and websites. He is a seasoned web developer or you could call him a seasoned web programmer. Greg is constantly learning new things about web development and programming almost daily and absolutely loving it.

Greg decided to make the My Webmaster Tips blog to share different things he has learned about web development, web programming, and server administration since beginning his studies and practicing the subject. Greg also wants to post new information on web development or web programming he ends up learning in the future.

Using this blog will be a great way for Greg to organize and keep track of the things he finds and learns online about programming and web design in general.

Here are some (not all) of the websites Greg either created from scratch or managed on a daily basis (Note: view Greg’s Freelancer profile for more.):

Greg currently has skills and programming experience in the following areas (Note: this is growing and may be outdated by now)

PHP, JavaScript, CSS, HTML, WordPress Codex, jQuery Library, Zend Framework Development, Custom WordPress Plugins, Custom WordPress Templates, MySQL, Database Management, XML, PHPMyAdmin, Webmin, Linux Server, Simple Machines Forums edits, Server Management, Systems Administrator, Ajax, Template Edits, Build any type of Website from Scratch, Custom Landing Pages, WAMP or LAMP Servers, Apache, Adobe Photoshop, AdSense, AdWords, C Programming, Computer Networking, Database Administer, Dreamweaver, Eclipse, Fiddler2, Firebug, Google Analytics, Google Webmaster Tools, HTML5, SEO, Server Administrator, Sitemaps, Troubleshooting, Ubuntu Linux, Virtual Host, W3Schools, Simple Machines Forum and other Forum Edits, Facebook Development Integration, API Key Integration, Drupal edits, MVC Frameworks, Object Orientated Programming, etc

Feel free to contact Greg if you need a web project completed in the future. Doesn’t matter how big or how small the project is; Greg can get it done for you in a timely matter.


2 Comments to “About”

  1. Greg says:

    If you’re interested in knowing how I used jQuery to make the links turn into images after hovering over them, just let me know and I’ll do a blog post about it.

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