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The CDS Group is an established service partner of leading manufacturers and trading partners in the IT and high-tech sector. We relaunched their service website using the latest ProcessWire. Building this website was fun, especially because of the latest additions to ProcessWire, like the recently introduced markup regions and AdminThemeUIkit. It is really easy to brand the new admin theme with a few lines of code, in my case 7 (see a glimpse in the screenshot below). Besides that, this website makes heavy use of the Repeater Matrix, to be as flexibel as possible. The front-end was build with Bootstrap 3 and the icons used are an custom icon font generated with the IcoMoon App. For a better usability, every textarea can be edited in the front-end. www.cds-service.com Modules used: AdminThemeUIkit Front-End Page Editor Repeater Matrix ProCache Markup Sitemap XML Email Obfuscation (EMO) Database Backups Jumplinks Tracy Debugger Regards, Andreas
This is our latest site using PW. Most of the grunt work is done with core modules but ProCache makes sure everything is super fast and the core image resize function was deployed everywhere an image is used to make sure everything stays looking good. The site uses a premium theme for it's graphical layout with colours and some typography changed to match the companies in-house style. Page templates themselves are hybrids using bespoke collections of the content blocks in the theme. A 'site settings' page is was added to the admin which collects and allows edits to site wide details such as phone number, email, GA code and main menu items etc. Comments welcome! http://www.brownhensolutions.com/
Hi, i just launched my litte blog orkork.de It's a german blog about nerdy topics like IT, development, photography, games, movies and more. Responsive design, built on top of bootstrap. Different teaser types and widgets are configurable in the backend, for every category node. I use require.js for the internal js stuff and use gulp as a building tool for less compilation and css/js minification. unveil.js manages lazy loading of images, including retina versions. Though, it's not heavily optimized yet, but you have to start somewhere I would love to get some feedback, if you have any! Cheers