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  1. I've finally managed to to remove my 1.5 decades old, all-ugly, frame-based photography site to something more modern. So what looked like this for a much too long time: now present the images much better, has a consistent layout and finally is responsive: The intention of the site is to provide some inspiration for the ambitious photographer and also provides a tips section focusing on some aspects of digital photography. After being idle for too long, I feel new motivation for adding even more tips as time allows. We'll see. https://www.tofahrn-foto.de/en/ Layout is basically pure UiKit and all content (including menu and footer) is managed using my RepeaterFlex as a kind of real world test. The RepeaterFlex is inspired by the commercial RepeaterMatrix fieldtype but uses plugins to define item templates (in case you're interested, there is a small Demo Site for RepeaterFlex including some documentation). The site uses lazy load of images (lazysizes.js) and page transistions (barba.js V1) to obtain a hopefully smooth experience. There also is ProCache running to deliver minimized css and markup. Enjoy.
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