Depends on the term ‘up to the point’ and the shape of the periods.
You’ll be able to come close. It all depends on how many hours you want to spend on the project.
I just did a rebuild on this site: www.deslers.dk (cms)
With this RapidWeaver site: www.trykkeriet.one
All top elements (logo, menu, banner) are made a little bit smaller, so they’ll work better on smaller screens – which most clients use.
In the banner on the olde site you’ll notice two outline buttons. The were both replaced by a default button stack (foundry by the way). The two buttons probably looks better on the old site – but I chose to use the default button stack I had without messing with css – I can live with that.
Foundry theme – Foundation Theme. Both are great themes. Foundation has more Stacks = options + backup from Big White Duck (foundation stacks developer). But it’s a matter of taste or task.
We haven’t made the switch yet – but we’re close.
There’s differences but the overall look and feel are as close as… acceptable.
And the new site is better than the old – but more important, it’s much easier to maintain. We can change everything we want in a minute or two.
I did the rebuild in 6 hours + 4 hours invested in improvements (small things here and there + more content). But I’m also a long time RapidWeaver user – and that helps. Knowing what you want to do and knowing the tools to use saves time!
The menu is better on the new site. I got rid of the annoying jumping arrow (on the old site). We added a few new pages and a form (ask a quote – formloom).
I tried to convince my employer to add a piece of music to every contact person – but my arguments weren’t good enouqh, so I had to strop the music!
Best | DeFligra | www.defligra.com
Mac’O’Holic | Rapid’O’Holic | Stack’O’Holic | Web’O’Holic
In other words I’m drunk most of the time