Thanks for the nice comments.
The site is Foundation based. I’d suggest you’d be equally well served by Foundry. I’m tempted to purchase it to play around with.
Here’s the front page of https://casaejardim.pt, parent stack by parent stack.
Site styles (Foundation as a partial)
Header (Foundation as a partial)
Top Bar (Foundation as a partial)
Moving Box 2 (Workman) for the banner display
Two Header Stacks:
WELCOME TO CASA E JARDIM - Shows on tablet or above
Algarve Furniture - Shows on Mobile only
Paragraph stack for the description.
Two 3 Column stacks
I’ve used the 6 icons; Interior Furniture, Exterior Furniture, Sofas etc. as a sort of general site menu.
They are quite simply made using an Image, Header and Paragraph stack inside a 1 column stack.
I’ve then put 3 each inside a 3 column stack. As simple as that.
A 6 column stack with each containing a 2 column stack to make up the small brand icons.
Finally a footer (Foundation as a partial) which is contained in a Panel stack made up of buttons as links to pages such as; About Us, Site Map, Contact Us and Terms and Conditions,
Obviously there are a lot of other stacks in use. Just shout if you want the breakdown inside each parent or partial.
I’m starting to use Yabdab’s Filter Stack as a basic ‘sorter’ for our product pages.
We aren’t an online store, it’s more of a filter to show the kind of products we sell in our shop or use in interior designs. If you need to filter about 20 properties it could work very well.
The stack also has a nice built in grid layout. You can make up a template for each property then let the Filter organise them on the page.
You might also get some milage from a search stack.
The search Loupe incorporated into our Header leads to One little Designers Live Search:
I’ve simply dropped a Loupe image into a lightbox stack. Once opened the lightbox reveals the search area.
I need to work on my implementation of it but it’s promising.
What is your current website?
Feel free to message me if I can help any further.