It's the pages and programming that count here, not the "tongue-in-cheek" content!
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This site is perfect for a small business. Clean and simple, with nothing to get between the content and the consumer.
Programmed as a responsive design site, it looks great and is fully functional on any device.
Click the link above to view a layout that features a template that could be used for a number of sites or businesses. This site showcases World War II aircraft, but the design could be used in many different bussinesses that need to display images of their work, such as custom furniture, cabinets, paint-jobs, etc. It scales to any screen size, and looks great on any mobile device.
Unlike the sites listed below, this one started with a template, in which I heavily modified to meet my own criteria. This comes under the category of "why re-invent the wheel"??!! The sites below were done comeplely from scratch, starting with a blank page.
Click the link above to view a layout that features a simple one-column design with a Responsive drop-down menu. It scales to any screen size, and looks great on any mobile device.
There are plenty of descriptions about the programming in the "About this Site" section in the menu.
Elegant, simple, and easy to maintain. Lots of little built in features to keep things interesting.
This link features a more complex three-column layout. This site has tons of minor features that rely on JQuery to pull off. This site also scales to any screen size, and looks great on any mobile device. The links in the left column morph into a dropdown menu on mobile devices, saving valuable screen space.
Lots of things happen behind the scenes on this site, like automatically have JQuery bind the id numbers of the links to the actual content to be loaded when the link is clicked. AJAX is used to quickly load the new content within the main site. JQuery is springled all over this site.
This site is my personal website that I have used and maintained for 20 years.