phillip at communitybandwidth
Feb 23, 2010, 4:08 PM
Post #2 of 3
Very nicely done. Looks great. Congrats! :-)
On 23-Feb-10, at 6:12 PM, Schults, Chris wrote:
> Last week PCC launched its redesigned website, which is a blend of
> Bricolage, Drupal and custom PHP.
> One of the biggest challenges was devising a way to simultaneously
> on the current and redesign versions of the website. I ended up
> a new output channel and replicating the necessary templates. This
> worked out nicely for the most part as this phase in the redesign
> spanned about six months. Users could easily preview under the current
> and new templates, while publishing only to the production server.
> it was time to deploy, I removed the redesign output channel and
> the templates (among other things).
> I also took the opportunity to rely more heavily on utility templates.
> (If you aren't using them, do.) And when possible, I found more ways
> use includes, auto-generated content and triggered publishing.
> So far, the response has been very positive, and I invite you to give
> the new site a whirl:
> P.S. Thanks to those of you who responded to my mailing list
> Chris Schults
> Web Developer
> PCC Natural Markets
> 206-547-1222 x104
> chris.schults [at] pccsea
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