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Download premium Templates (onepage, blog, blog+sidebar) for PW 3 on https://pwtemplates.de

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Hey everbody.


I wanted to share something I have been working for quite some time, in total currently three premium Templates or Site-Profiles for ProcessWire 3 including a onepage template, a blog template and a blog+sidebar template.

 

Here are some Quick Facts:

  • Fully responsive
  • Multilanguage support
  • Full SEO support
  • Optional Google Analytics
  • Easily create new pages out of multiple predefined sections
  • Lazyload the sections of a page
  • [Group and update website-information into blogs] (blog, blog+sidebar)
  • [Use tags to tag and group blog entries] (blog, blog+sidebar)
  • [User-comments] (blog, blog+sidebar)
  • [Create each page with or without sidebar] (blog+sidebar)
  • Website-wide search by text or tags
  • Password protect each page individually with sophisticated page-encryption with dummy texts and pixelated images


Just go to https://pwtemplates.de to test the demos (e.g. blog-sidebar) and purchase them for a small expense allowance.

 


Hope you like it!

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Nice work. I wish you used UIkit instead of Bootstrap, otherwise I like them ;) 

One unwanted artifact I spotted:
pwtemplates.de-issue-screenshot.png.0111b942168fde746b8f135d5867c085.png

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Hey szabesz.

Thanks for you nice words and pointing out the z-index bug...just fixed it, thanks.

And funny that you just mentioned UIkit :-) I already planned to write a new template set based on UIkit (fantastic framework) and will most probably start with a wedding-theme.

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hey clsource.

thanks for the reply!

and you are absolutely right, it is odd...but i needed a quick solution and couldnt find a good and especially quick PW way. once I have more time again, the plan is to move and extend the pwtemplates.de page

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Do your blog templates supply any user comment functionality ? I know that there are modules for it and it might be easy to integrate them.

Thanks in advance

Martin

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