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Musikschule Neumünster

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I'm proud to share this newly released custom-made website with you.


Musikschule Neumünster

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https://www.musikschule-neumuenster.de/

Design details

The design was built from ground up to give every aspect and every detail of the website its very own unique look. We faced the demand to create a visual experience that is up to date but kind of classic at the same time. A fact you can't describe but you will feel and see it when visiting the website. 😉

Technical details

From top to bottom every detail can be managed in the backend - all instruments, tutors, events, and content pages. In order to make life easier some things are automated (for example: archiving older events or managing the relationship between tutor and instrument).

Modules and time-savers

  1. ProCache
  2. Croppable Image 3
  3. PagefieldPairs
  4. MarkupSitemap
  5. Hanna Code
  6. Jumplinks


I hope you enjoy the result as much as we* do.

* A little side note to reduce confusion: I'm partner and the developer of Muskaat (design and development bureau based in Neumünster, Germany).

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A very nice, beautiful and informative website.   Your design skills are outstanding 

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Great website, good job. I was wondering where on the site you are using the field "PagefieldPairs"?

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Thank you, @tooth-paste.

The PagefieldPairs module keeps the mapping between tutor:instrument, tutor:ensemble and vice versa in sync.

So editors can either add tutors to an instrument/ensemble or add instruments/ensembles to a tutor. This detail seems small at first but it's crucial. Keeping this in sync makes changes much easier and reduces the risk to miss a tutor/instrument/ensemble somewhere and it doesn't matter where this detail gets changed.

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