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Marlborough Camera Club Originally this was a site built in Concrete 5 that I inherited when the previous webmaster became pregnant. It was horribly slow, and very hard to edit without making mistakes. I kept the existing theme, but converted the whole site to Processwire, resulting in a massive improvement in performance, and the ability to delegate authority for editing parts of the site to other club members. Not publicly visible, but another feature I added was an competition entry form that integrates with Dropbox so instead of having email entries, frequently with errors, they could enter directly via the site.
As being a active member of this sports club, i've been asked to take over the website-development, so i'm developing this site in my spare time. http://tbe1844.de Developed first with Twitter Bootstrap v.2, but then converted it to version 3, which went comparatively smooth and easy. Every section could be managed by the staff from this section by restricting admin access for paths to users. This is still in development, especially the event managment needs some engagement. It is planned that it should be easy to generate a view of events distinct to a section or team and display this in a calendar or list... I implemented also a ranking list for the beach volleyball teams. It is based on the ELO-system used by chess or table soccer, the ranking points you get for a win or loss are calculated based on the points for both teams before the game. The ranking list is private, so if you wanna take a look, send me a pn. Modules used: Image thumbnails Fredi Hanna Code (you can insert tooltips to persons and locations in the editor) Page edit per user Map Marker