While Gossamer Threads does a lot of work with traditional CMS’ like WordPress and Bricolage, we also develop sites using other systems, like e-commerce platform Magento. Magento is designed to give retailers a wide range of tools to establish and develop their e-commerce web presence, all managed within a single system and interface. GT has been developing Magento for Zelen Shoes, and we’d like to use their site to showcase what we can do for other e-commerce sites in tandem with this unique platform.
Venetubo is a video sharing site dedicated to Venezuelan news and content. The site has been developed using the Gossamer suite of products (Gossamer Community, Gossamer Forum and Gossamer Links), and is a great example of how extensively and productively these programs, especially GLinks, can be modified to develop nearly any kind of site!
The Tyee is a politics and culture magazine dedicated to covering events here in British Columbia, Canada. In the fast-paced world of news coverage, being able to deliver your content to your readers as quickly and clearly as possible is key. That’s why The Tyee uses Bricolage to manage their workflow.
Gossamer Threads recently completed development on the relaunch of Malaysia.com. Designed to be the ultimate resource for Malaysian culture, cuisine and travel, Malaysia.com extensively uses Gossamer Links to deliver its content whether that’s in the form of hotel listings, recommended Malaysian dishes, or video galleries.
Not your Grandmother’s Links indexing engine
Steve Elmore Indian Art, located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, features a gorgeous array of antique Native American artwork. Their website is an excellent example of how Gossamer Links can be used as a Content Management System (CMS). This particular installation has been modified to showcase images instead of links or text, and to provide the framework for an entire site, from Home Page down. While the overall look and feel of the site differs significantly from a more standard installation of Gossamer Links, the modifications necessary to build the site were deceptively simple.