I have a project of my own that I would like to share with you, and maybe get some feedback. It is an information resource website for content management systems.

Of course, I built it with Concrete5 (why would I use any other CMS?)!

Although much of it is still a work in progress, you can browse around and see what's going on. I am making updates to it nearly daily.

Feel free to take a look, and let me know what you think! I am open to hear your ideas and suggestions!

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SheldonB replied on at Permalink Reply
good stuff !

on a side note (feedback)
- the "first time" i loaded this page all the buttons were collapsed into a row had to refresh it twice before it bounced to a nice grid (chrome) I have had this happen to me when i use relative-absolute then in the src for the images I was missing a "/"

just a heads up
PineCreativeLabs replied on at Permalink Reply
Thanks for pointing that out! I have fixed it up so now the icons are no longer huge on smaller devices, and they don't overlap in Chrome or Safari.
Job replied on at Permalink Reply
Looks very nice.
Out of curiosity, how did you go about getting the icons into the navigations? Attributes with the name of the icon?
PineCreativeLabs replied on at Permalink Reply
Yes, pretty much everything on the site is generated by page attributes, including the listings in the directory.

I used "Font-awesome", which includes the icons, and used a page attribute for associating an icon with each (top-level) page.