Just launched a new Foundation based website for a client


(Matthias Ficht) #1

It’s still not completely finished, but about 90% is done. I hope you like it: http://www.asb-birkenfeld.de
Some parts of the site can be edited by the client with Total CMS. :slight_smile:


(ian beattie) #2

Hi Matthias , mind i ask which stack you used for the google map on your site ?


(Matthias Ficht) #3

Yes, of course. It’s “Map 2” by Doobox: https://www.doobox.co.uk/stacks_store/demos/map2.html


(Rob Beattie) #4

Map 2 is a great stack.


(Peter Danckwerts) #5

Very nice site apart from the colour scheme which was clearly forced upon you by the logo!


(Matthias Ficht) #6

Thanks Peter. Yes, the color scheme is predetermined by the client (and its logo). No chance to change this…


(leigh) #7

How is the "floating " menu bar made ?


(Matthias Ficht) #8

It’s simply a “Top Bar” stack placed underneath an “Impact” stack. See here for the stacks-layout… https://db.tt/WIrBsDrw … and here for the configuration of the Top Bar stack: https://db.tt/WIrBsDrw (important: the position is set to “sticky”). Hope this helps a bit…


(Jochen Abitz) #9

Hi,
i can see that you are using the structure stack with foundation. Is it useful?


(leigh) #10

yes thank you loads - just bought Impact , so another head ache starts - just when you think you’re at the top of the hill - you find another mountain !


(Matthias Ficht) #11

@jochenabitz Can’t tell you if the structure stack is useful, but I hope so. :wink: Used it the first time in this project and hope it will have some positive effect on Google indexing results…

@leigh You didn’t have to buy “Impact” to just have the Top Bar underneath an image or an image slideshow. Although I can highly recommend this stack! :slight_smile:


(leigh) #12

yes worked that out straight after i bought it hahahah :frowning:
although just showed a customer what it does and he wants it now :slight_smile:
every cloud as they say …