Gallery of Source sites?

I know there are some nice templates but is there a gallery of Source-powered websites in the wild?

Thanks

Rob

hi @rob.beattie -

No - not as yet but I will look to pull one together as am beginning to see some really great sites built with Source. I’ll see if I can get permission to share a couple of links here in the meantime.

I’ve now converted most of the Shaking the Habitual site to Source (the pages that are say so at the bottom). Will do the rest when I get a moment :)

If anyone has examples to share then please add here or let me know.

hi @rob.beattie -

No - not as yet but I will look to pull one together as am beginning to see some really great sites built with Source. I’ll see if I can get permission to share a couple of links here in the meantime.

I’ve now converted most of the Shaking the Habitual site to Source (the pages that are say so at the bottom). Will do the rest when I get a moment :)

If anyone has examples to share then please add here or let me know.

First one I made with Source
Few other non Source stacks present in this site.
But bloody fast preview in RW and online even with the videos (Nick Cates Vast stack for video)

Spaniël Groep Oost

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Very nice.

I have 2 that I will submit when they are complete.

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I have a couple of recent websites made with source (and some other stacks!)

The Ship Inn

The Kings Head Inn

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Very nice!

Out of interest, how much isn’t Source? I can see you’ve got specialised stuff in there like the menu and the booking form but is it also full of BWD stuff or other things?

Hi Rob,

it is as much source as possible to keep the load speed quick.

I only used other stacks where source can do it

The menu is the standard source menu.

FYI

Pagelit and Ultralist for Menus
Impact and Hype Titles for Header.
Unlimitab and Moving Box 2 for Rooms
Open street Map for Location
FAQ2 for Faqs
Photo for gallery
Dividers 2 and Formsnap 3 for Contact

No BWD in there (other than the standard Source Menu)

It will change to a full TCMS but I had a problem with the admin page and have been waiting for over a week for some input about that from Joe.

And when the SEO2 is being implemented in the next day or so.

I have a loads of sites with Foundry and Foundation out in the wild but I was finding them slow to load so everything I am doing is now in Source.

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Thanks for sharing @pete. Great sites!

And that is exactly how I would expect Source to be used. Using it to build up the majority of the structure etc and then pulling in the best specialised stacks as and when required.

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Thanks for elaborating!

Heres one at https://www.boxagogo.com

This is still not quite complete and started as a Foundry build but positioning options are so much better in Source it was a no brainer to rebuild in Source. Its a small site so speed of edit was never an issue, but it is noticeably faster in Source, in Edit mode.

It’s ready to go to the next level when the client is ready.

PS Just uses 1 Section Pro for the nice animation and fade at the top and Limelight for the mobile menu.

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Hi Pete - hope you’re well. Very nice designs and layout - however I’m finding the scrolling a little bit jittery?

Hi Len,

interesting, which browser and any particular page?

Here is another site built with Source. Its a pretty old site that I will need to do some updates on soon, so I converted it to Source to ease the pain, and it now flies. Some of the pages are quite complex and the Source Grid and Container made it very easy.

The owners of this site are the couple you can see on the right of the main hero image.

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Really nice!

Crack Addicts - what a great name!

That’s on the list. Looking forward to that one.

@Webdeersign am I right in thinking that you are using Chroma for navigation?

Really immersive looking site. Very good.

No not Chroma. That is just BWD Limelight. The site is just Source and Limelight.

When the burger menu opens full screen in Limelight, everything you see is Source - a Container, a Source image using a warehoused image, a Source Button and a some Source Paragraph stacks with text links set to smooth scroll (with the Source Smooth Scroll Enabler) to links set in the main page Source Containers. E.g. the Contact link is set to #contact, and contact is entered into the Contact areas Container’s Anchor / ID' box

It is a real testament to Source because the original version was done in Foundation, but had no Foundation in it at all, except for SiteStyles and then a wheelbarrow full of BWD stacks.

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Here are a couple more Source sites that were converted from a site originally built with Foundry.

https://www.agency.haus
https://www.interior.haus

Both use the Source navigation containing a mix of RW page links, local smooth scroll to same page links and a mega drop down menu using PopDrop.

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Very nice design!