And since my back end is built in Java, that pretty much means I need to learn PHP and rebuild my entire back end. Delightful.
All snarkiness aside, I'm glad to have the front end built out, even if rebuilding the back end is going to be a pain. There's a lot to see on the web site, with a galactic map on the home page and 5 game pages to check out, feel free to browse and let me know what you think!
So I guess I'll be learning more PHP to get the back end up and running, but at least I know where to go from here. It probably means I'll have to set up a WAMP stack on my home machine too which I don't currently have installed.
It's 100% my fault for not reading all the details, but I read they had Tomcat support and never bothered to do any kind of testing.
Anyway, at least the back end stuff isn't visible to the user so I can just work on that and deploy it when it's ready.