Indexhibit
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Daniel Eatock
Jeffery Vaska
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Advanced restyling examples?

 

Indexhibit version: Legacy
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Rob_B
UK
6 year(s) ago
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Any links to participant sites that have really got creative with css/html?

Cheers

Vaska A
UNITED STATES
6 year(s) ago
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There are plenty on the list...but I\'ll show you a couple recent projects of mine that use Indexhibit and have nothing to do with the current format (for the most part):

- http://www.designlab.be/
- http://www.mischiefpr.com/home/

Still some IE quirks in there but...that\'s normal. These are built on the new unreleased version of Indexhibit and were only possible because it allows for multiple template usage.

Vaska A
UNITED STATES
6 year(s) ago
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Antoine has also done some pretty radical stuff as well.

nils
GERMANY
6 year(s) ago
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- http://www.mischiefpr.com/home/

... this is my favorite! Great work! :)

AntoineLafontaine
JAPAN
6 year(s) ago
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I can finally give a link to the project's page, the content has all been added.

http://www.naturehumaine.com

Vaska A
UNITED STATES
6 year(s) ago
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Super!

LeslieOA
UNITED KINGDOM
6 year(s) ago
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AntoineLafontaine, that site is truly awesome...
I'm now jealous.

:'-(

snoep
GERMANY
6 year(s) ago
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puh, man, this is nice! didn´t see this thread before. but now i feel like leslie, i am jealous!!
great work, man!

snoep.

Vaska A
UNITED STATES
6 year(s) ago
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Make it a favorite...I think this thread will get alot of action in the future. Thanks folks...it's a pleasure doing all of this with people like you doing such nice things with it.

Tag
UNITED STATES
6 year(s) ago
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Antoine, is the slideshow using a plugin at www.naturehumaine.com? If so, where can I get it? I like the look of the flash Autoviewer on my site http://www.tagcab.com (still working on it), but I would rather a java base solution.

Thanks

Vaska A
UNITED STATES
6 year(s) ago
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It's a very custom plugin specific to the client...he has released a more simple version via the forum (which we will soon make an official release):

Here...

Tag
UNITED STATES
6 year(s) ago
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Thank you. I'll have a look.

AntoineLafontaine
JAPAN
6 year(s) ago
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Like Vaska said, this isn't a plugin, but custom code made for the site. Since I guess you mean javascript (and not Java) and like any javascript the source is viewable through your browser, I do not mind people looking at it and learning from what I've done.

If you do use it (or base some code on it), I would appreciate you at least give me some credit. Besides that, I won't be giving any support for it since it is not meant to be and all around solution (read plugin) and would require much more work to be made flexible enough to achieve the plugin status.

I will do help people if they show me they're trying to learn how to make something. That is mostly how I chose if I do help or not in the forum... < wink>< wink>

Eloisa A
SPAIN
6 year(s) ago
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Someone posted this one in another thread.

Nice horizontal menu.

Tag
UNITED STATES
6 year(s) ago
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Yeah, "Javascript" - As you can tell, I don't really write code. I however, am all about learning - So, teach me Antoine :). Seriously, I have been fumbling around until I got the site essentially to where it is now. If I use any bit of your code Eloisa, I will certainly make sure you get credit. Thanks guys!

AntoineLafontaine
JAPAN
6 year(s) ago
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Sorry Tag, I guess my comment passed as somewhat rude... It's a bad habit I have to want to use "precise" words... please forgive me for that ;)

As for teaching, you first have to teach yourself. Knowing that indexhibit uses jQuery in many of its template, I would suggest you have a look at jQuery's website, it's documentation and examples. If you can manage to get a grasp of some of the concepts there, you'll be on your way. Peeking at the source can also be a good thing, but it might be a step to quick if you do not get an idea of how javascript is used to manipulate a webpage

Then show us your code attempts and we'll try to lend you a hand.

m9ndfukc
GERMANY
6 year(s) ago
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yeah, http://www.designlab.be/ rocks ... love it!

working also on a heavily modified indexhibit site at the moment ... will show it to the public in a few days when it's filled with content.

Tomorrow
UNITED STATES
6 year(s) ago
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keep these coming!!!

rattleandhum
SOUTH AFRICA
6 year(s) ago
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beautiful site antoine! I like the colour scheme too. I'm simple like that.

unttld
CANADA
6 year(s) ago
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these examples are absolutely breath taking and inspiring. I'm currently doing up some portfolios for some art student friends and hope to achieve half of this level of creativity. Well done guys I have to go play with some css now. Thread added to favs.

Eloisa A
SPAIN
6 year(s) ago
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Hope you have stuff to add to it soon :)

LeslieOA
UNITED KINGDOM
6 year(s) ago
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Just seen this site added to the participants list.

Fabulosius - Fabian Weber

*swoon*

unttld
CANADA
6 year(s) ago
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Wow, Fabian's site is fantastic.

LeslieOA
UNITED KINGDOM
6 year(s) ago
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...a clever/novel (if not so easy to navigate) site from France: -

Jean-Charles Amey

*disorientating*

unttld
CANADA
6 year(s) ago
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Indexhibit + the Grid System = Sarah France. This site tickles my inner (and outer) Swiss minimalist ideals: http://www.sarahfrance.com/

unttld
CANADA
6 year(s) ago
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Really impressed with the menu layout of this one—Pathword.

psbpsb
UNITED KINGDOM
6 year(s) ago
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blimey, is that Pathword one an Indexhibit unttld?

AntoineLafontaine
JAPAN
6 year(s) ago
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Yes, it is an indexhibit site. These examples all are.

psbpsb
UNITED KINGDOM
6 year(s) ago
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Yeah I know, I just didn't see any mention of Indexhibit on that last one.

Eloisa A
SPAIN
6 year(s) ago
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their problem is it's at the very bottom of the page, so if you're using a smaller laptop you won't see it. I see it with my 21 inch monitor at work, but not with the macbook.

Vaska A
UNITED STATES
6 year(s) ago
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They are still working on this...it's pretty experimental. The link is there. They are very nice people too.

cruz
PORTUGAL
6 year(s) ago
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Yeah nice, though I find it a little bit troublesome usability wise. It's a bit tiresome to go back and forward between content and menu, it's one click too many imho, this x every time you change page… too many clicks too many ;)

mortenengel
DENMARK
6 year(s) ago
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Vaska,

Is there an easy way to get nice text that oversets the images like: http://www.designlab.be/

I love the look.

Thanks

AntoineLafontaine
JAPAN
6 year(s) ago
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http://www.buro-gds.com/07/

*taken from this thread

AirplaneNoise
UNITED STATES
6 year(s) ago
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V. et al. -

thanks for a great customizable, reliable, and intuitive product :

Okay Mountain

just launched this today -- first in a series to come.

i have given up on IE all together though - what a pain to make things look right there.

just sent some cash your way. hope it helps.

cheers,

k

cherryseim
UNITED KINGDOM
6 year(s) ago
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www.adirtyroom.com

just lauched the new theme for my website. Destroy it! :)

cherryseim
UNITED KINGDOM
6 year(s) ago
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the link

unttld
CANADA
6 year(s) ago
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http://www.anyonecanswiss.com/

Just saying.
Aweswome.

writeon
UNITED STATES
6 year(s) ago
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here's one I'm currently working on...

padding/margins are causing a bit of trouble, but so far so good:

http://www.alifeunseen.com/portfolio/

It acts as it should in firefox/safari - no clue about IE...

Vaska A
UNITED STATES
6 year(s) ago
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It's been moved to here.

It's a good start but is all that code (js) necessary? I'm sure the transition can be faster...it's a bit slow for my tastes.

Keep nudging it forward. ;)

writeon
UNITED STATES
6 year(s) ago
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yeah, regarding the code - I left the other options in there to see whether I liked the different accordion transitions, bounce, slide, etc... I've since cleaned out the cobwebs.

And, thanks for the suggestion about the speed of the transitions.

I know it's been said a thousand times, but MANY MANY thanks Vaska for putting indexhibit out - the same for anyone else who's continued to play a part. The constant prodding to at least make the attempt to modify it has really paid off, and has been loads of fun.

Cheers,

J

Vaska A
UNITED STATES
6 year(s) ago
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The constant prodding to at least make the attempt to modify it has really paid off, and has been loads of fun.

I know that some people don't like the fact that we're nudging people to learn some of these basic things...but once you do things can really add up fast.

Thanks for the note.

Eloisa A
SPAIN
5 year(s) ago
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This thread is begging to be bumped

fafa007
FRANCE
5 year(s) ago
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Here is a website that I just finished for architects:

http://www.uaps.net

Lot of CSS, some JS and few PHP modifications.

simplestick
CANADA
5 year(s) ago
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I just updated my website: www.simplestick.com

A couple of plugins, CSS and lots of JS/AJAX

I'll probably add some more custom PHP as time moves forward.

Vaska A
UNITED STATES
5 year(s) ago
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You should put this in the critique section as well.

dozens
UNITED STATES
5 year(s) ago
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some of these are AMAZING, but are there any that are downloadable and installable as a theme?

brof
SPAIN
5 year(s) ago
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fafa007: the expandable menu from bottom is just nice!!

lemathieu A
FRANCE
5 year(s) ago
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@ dozens : nope, but you can have a look at their code to see how they do that. Use firebug for firefox, a great plugin.

createinform
UNITED STATES
4 year(s) ago
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I recently finished redesigning my portfolio site using a grid format.

http://overunderdesign.com/over under design

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