Today I relaunched phpmyfaq.de with a new HTML5/CSS3 based layout. The new layout will be also rolled out for our FAQ and maybe on this blog. Some parts of the layout will also be used for the new phpMyFAQ 2.7 layout we’re currently working on. So stay tuned!
The last couple of months I thought about a new layout for phpMyFAQ. After Anatoliy’s work on the user-specific templates I decided to re-work the whole design of phpMyFAQ. We will re-work the whole layout, the XHTML and the CSS so that easier and more flexible layouts are possible. We will use a CSS framework for that, too. Together with the final release of phpMyFAQ 2.7 we will also provide more designs for 2.0 and 2.5/2.6 based layouts.
Heute waren wir im Ã¤ltesten Viertel von Sydney, The Rocks, australische SpezialitÃ¤ten essen: eine Kangaroo-Pizza, eine Emu-Pizza und eine Salzwasser-Krokodil-Pizza. Letzteres schmeckt nicht sehr lecker nach Fisch und Huhn, die anderen beiden sind aber lecker. Danach waren wir noch in einem anderen Club, dort gabs tatsÃ¤chlich Franziskaner-WeiÃŸbier. Sehr lecker, aber auch sehr teuer.
Today I switched our own FAQ from phpMyFAQ 1.6.11 to the upcoming 2.0.5 release. It worked like a charm and I also used the new 2.5 layout.
Today we updated our blog software to WordPress 2.3.2 and we switched the main phpmyfaq.de website to the new 2.5 layout.
Today I received an e-mail about a phpMyFAQ powered knowledge base from a company based in Indonasia with a really great layout. Just take a look at it: Indonet Knowledge Base
Take a look at the first Chinese phpMyFAQ version! For better search results it is based on MySQL 4.1.1.
First, thanks to all the contributors for sending those great graphics. But which logo should the phpMyFAQ project use? I think I will start a poll where everyone can vote. The poll will be online in the next days…
Even if you know the structure of the phpMyFAQ and the way templates are added or modified, it’s always faszinating to see other people to use this flexibility. One example is J?rg Sch?nberger’s web site “webchills.at“, which is 100% phpMyFAQ and (more important) a lovely sense of taste.
Continue reading phpMyFAQ to run whole web sites – webchills
Musicfaqs.net (second line reads: Music Instruments and Bands Questions and Answers : drums, guitar, piano, beatles, nirvana, all here!) is a rather new project. Nethertheless it’s worth mentioning it. This theme is not too complex but its quite enjoyable for the average human eye.
Continue reading sound and sight: musicfaqs.net
For quite a long time there was a beautiful phpMyFAQ installation on http://www.heilmile.de/faq. This work is now gone since the author has switched the whole site.
Anyway, this is just an example for a problem I never really realised until now: Isn’t there any chance to recycle templates?
Continue reading Preserving excellent work on templates