In November 1988, California voters approved the Tobacco Tax and Health Protection Act through the passage of Proposition 99, which added a 25-cent tax to each pack of cigarettes. A portion of the tax funds the California Tobacco Control Program (CTCP), the longest-running comprehensive tobacco control program in the nation. CTCP’s mission is to improve the health of all Californians by reducing illness and premature death from the use of tobacco products. Tobacco Free California is CTCP’s primary domain for sharing information about their work and initiatives, as well as acting as a portal to all their other sites including Flavors Hook Kids and Secondhand Dangers, which I have also worked on.
This site is a fully responsive WordPress build that has been developed Mobile First. It is also Multilingual, which is enabled via a Multisite setup, allowing for content to be easily duplicated and shared between languages, whilst allowing separate content structures and features to be defined.
Quirksmode is a fully responsive Universal React Application connected to a Headless CMS designed and developed by myself, web enthusiast and all round nice guy Dave. It was created to be my Portfolio and voice to the world.
All code has been hand written from scratch using Visual Studio. All of the opinions on this site are my own and do not represent those of my employer or colleagues.
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