My first page with phpWCMS. The content is the work of quite a lot of different unskilled persons, so phpWCMS could show its multi-user and user-friendly qualities.
Criticism and commendation are welcome.
and nice description of using people :-)
set the shadow a bit lighter, so the page seems more lightly and hoovering
the graphics like the logo looks a bit unsharp...
when using photohop or another program which can handle layers:
copy the layer with the text an it and set the layer above to antialiasing text off and the first layer with antialiasing text on, so you get sharper text graphics.. but could also depends on image library you use (GD1, GD 2 or ImageMagic)
some content and words remember my at the time as zivi in a diakon hospital :-)
Thanks for your comments! I will improve the site with your tips as soon as I have a bit more spare-time.
spirelli: I simply cheated a bit with CSS (not totally HTML-conform tho).
Almost every element of the page got an CSS-id. The ones I don't need for the print preview got an "display: none;" in the CSS definition. The other way around I did for the parts that don't need to be seen in the web-layout.
six years after the first launch of the homepage using phpwcms 1.1 RC, we now published a relaunch of the site using phpwcms 1.4.7. The corporate design was left untouched. We also kept the 800px width to let it be compatible with modern mobile devices. As the site is the result of mainly voluntary work things were held as simple as possible. Although it should be fully XHTML/CSS compatible and as accessible as possible now. At least as far as it is possible to achieve with little spare-time-work.
We're still quite satisfied with phpwcms and so continued using it. But it's a little bit sad that quality still is a problem concerning some details: I had to patch three files to make it work as it should. It also took me about 5 hours to do an update from 1.4.2 to 1.4.7 which to me seems to be quite a lot of time for a normal updating-process.
Nevertheless, this is the URL: http://www.bleibergquelle.de