#1 2016-02-29 14:04:21

dh-webservice.eu
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From: Merano, Italy
Registered: 2015-10-14
Posts: 51
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www.soleon.it

Hey guys,

we are a professional web agency from South Tyrol, Italy. South Tyrol lies in the very north of Italy, a region where 65% of the population is German-speaking and is 35% Italian-speaking - an area where single language websites make almost no sense. Thanks to the very intuitive multi language approach of ionize CMS, it seems to be the perfect solution for our sophisticated clients. Our last client was a drone producer from South Tyrol, the website has been realised in German, Italian and English.

Here is the link to the website:
http://www.soleon.it

Further, we realised a one-page project for a local marketing communications specialist (German and Italian):
http://www.paulpoeder.com

We hope you like our work and we appreciate any comments or critics.

Cheers,
David

Last edited by dh-webservice.eu (2016-02-29 14:10:13)


Ionize Fan from Northern Italy ;-)

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#2 2016-03-08 18:47:52

Dp.hermes
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From: Paris - France
Registered: 2013-07-05
Posts: 46

Re: www.soleon.it

Hello !!

Just saw your projects. It's nice, it's clean. Well... All my congratulations. big_smile

One question though : Who did you manage to create a One Page website linked with the Ionize CMS ?
I mean... Can your client create a new page and it automatically get into your menu/anchor and creates a new <section> ?

Best regards

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#3 2016-03-15 21:51:56

dh-webservice.eu
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From: Merano, Italy
Registered: 2015-10-14
Posts: 51
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Re: www.soleon.it

@Dp.hermes

Thanks for your reply, I'm glad you like our websites.
The key is to use article types such that articles are displayed indipendently from the parent page.
Each section is made by a specific article type, no matter what's the parent page of the article
Your PHP view files should contain a structure like this.

<ion:page:articles type="example_type">
    <ion:article>   
        <section>
        ...
        </section>       
    </ion:article>
</ion:page:articles>

<ion:page:articles type="example_type_2">
    <ion:article>   
        <section>
        ...
        </section>       
    </ion:article>
</ion:page:articles>


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#4 2016-03-17 17:08:21

Dp.hermes
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From: Paris - France
Registered: 2013-07-05
Posts: 46

Re: www.soleon.it

Nice trick, it's quite logical, but I didn't think about it though. Thanks for the tip ^^
I wish you all the best to continue your websites creations.

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#5 2016-03-17 23:03:14

dh-webservice.eu
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From: Merano, Italy
Registered: 2015-10-14
Posts: 51
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Re: www.soleon.it

No problem, you are welcome :-)
Thank you very much, I wish the same for you


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#6 2016-04-06 06:28:42

ccmksy
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From: Hong Kong
Registered: 2013-11-30
Posts: 48

Re: www.soleon.it

Very nice

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#7 2016-04-07 15:56:48

dh-webservice.eu
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From: Merano, Italy
Registered: 2015-10-14
Posts: 51
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Re: www.soleon.it

@ccmksy thank you very much


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