A very funny book
Website to sell the hilarious book by local authoress, Denise Thatcher.
Implemented with Drupal and Ubercart ecommerce to sell one product.
Includes a slideshow of the scrap book of original letters and other items mentioned in the book.
Irene wanted a replacement for her rather dated website. Although she had been given instructions to maintain the original site she found it too complicated. Her first requirement "Can you centre the page in the window?" could have been a one line change to the CSS... But I could not see a (simple) way of doing it under the current implementation. Since the hosting was due to expire, we looked at the replacement options. We developed a prototype in WordPress, but that seemed too inflexible.
So I migrated it to Drupal.
The Therapy Directory is both a Free book and an on-line directory of Complementary Therapists. Each year Gill Routledge, the publisher of the book updates the entries for the therapists who want to advertise in the book and also updates the online version.
David Page is an engineer specialising in the manufacture and sales of the Burrell 6 inch scale steam locomotive. He had a website which contained a gallery of photos and a video. David wanted a replacement site which would coincide with the launch of his new product - the single cylinder Burrell 6 inch scale steam locomotive.
Crazy Jim's Golf Shack is an e-commerce site developed with Drupal and Ubercart. There are multiple ways of accessing the products. The primary method is through the menu in the left sidebar. The displays of data mix the standard Ubercart catalog with custom views - one view per different product type.
www.anchorgolf.co.uk is the replacement site for anchorgolf.com
The Anchor Golf Society wanted to be able to collaborate on the content creation and update of the website. We created a new site, using the Drupal Content Management System with a style similar to the original site. We have focussed on managing the content rather than the look and feel.
I have a website where I want to allow certain users to attach their business banners to their entries. How should I go about doing it?
In this Drupal installation I have a number of fields that I have created using CCK (and/or Ubercart). Each time I create a new content type or think about adding an image field to a content type - as I'm just about to for my content type of website - I wonder to myself - why do I have three fields types? Couldn't I just have one? Let's compare them then...