I'd like to set up a site that showcases projects built with ProcessWire. As an full-time independent developer, I'm hoping a site like this will promote ProcessWire and help persuade clients into using ProcessWire for future projects. My current favorite inspirational showcase site is http://www.siteinspire.com/
With that being said, I have a few questions for the ProcessWire community:
1. Is this a good or bad idea? Has anyone already started something similar?
2. Does this step on Ryan's or the official ProcessWire site's toes?
3. Would you submit your projects to a site that isn't officially maintained by Ryan?
4. I've purchased several possible domains. Is there one you prefer more than the others?
5. If you think this is a good idea, what features would you like to see on the site?
I think it is a good alternative to the client who only has a budget for a desktop site, but wants to later add a mobile site. Instead of redeveloping the desktop site using responsive web design (one of my personal nightmares), it would be much easier to just develop a mobile responsive site at a different domain.
If you visit the desktop site on a mobile device, you should be automatically forwarded to the mobile site. I'm using the detection script mentioned earlier in this thread. The detection script is only installed on the desktop site.
Notice that the "Desktop Header/Desktop Footer" text changes to "Mobile Header/Mobile Footer" depending on the domain from where you are viewing the site. I used Soma's code to switch out the header and footer.
I've added an image and internal link to the Home page to make sure that those links work correctly on both sites.
To point the subdomain to the main domain, I changed the Document Root in cPanel to /public_html
A BIG thanks to Soma for pointing me in the proper direction. As with all things ProcessWire, the best solution is usually the easiest.
Can the title of the ProcessWire Forum latest posts feed be renamed? Currently the title of the RSS feed is "Latest Posts," which isn't very descriptive when viewed with dozens of other RSS feeds in my feed reader.