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  • TomC Developer
    #170096

    Have you created a unique website from a JoomlArt Template/Theme . . . and one would have to look at it several times over to figure out from which JA Template/Theme (be it JATC or JMTC) it started from?

    If so … LET’S SEE THEM !!!

    We’re looking for some of the more creative and/or “out-of-the-box” customizations out there from our base JATC Templates and/or JMTC Themes … customizations that would, perhaps, cause even our JA Staff to have to look twice to recognize from which template/theme they started from. If you feel you have created a JATC/JMTC based website that fits this description – be it for your own personal site or for a client – please share your creation with us and showcase your masterpiece with the following information . . .

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    Your Site URL:
    JATC/JMTC Template/Theme:
    CMS/Version:
    Add’l Extensions:
    Any Add’l Info/Background (optional):
    ————————————-

    example:
    http://www.yoursite.com
    JA Methys
    J1.5
    Mosets Tree, K2, Frontpage Slideshow

    Some (or all) of the sites will be featured in an upcoming JA BLOG article showcasing the creative capacity/range of JATC/JMTC Templates and Themes – and/or, perhaps, some special “Case Study” interviews to be featured on our Blog as well. πŸ™‚

    You worked hard on your creation . . . it’s time to show it off !!!

    Looking forward to seeing your masterpieces !!!

    😎

    zao dao Friend
    #422069

    http://www.lnglsb.com JA hotel

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    www.8media.com
    www.zaodao.com

    lbarriocanal Friend
    #423255

    http://www.simondecolonia.net
    JA Purity II
    J 1.5

    TomC Developer
    #423368

    Okay, I KNOW there are a whole lot more amazing JATC based sites out there . . . C’MON ALL, DON’T BE SHY !!!

    πŸ˜€

    pixelzombie Friend
    #423538

    Really only altered Template Club Templates Tom? I’ve got a bunch of sites based on JA T3 Blank without beeing a template club member πŸ™‚

    we2solutions Friend
    #423539

    Hi,

    After long time..show us your colors mate.we like to see those.i think its good to see more t3 powered web sites because i saw now t3 is every ware πŸ™‚

    Thanks

    TomC Developer
    #423604

    <em>@pixelzombie 281248 wrote:</em><blockquote>Really only altered Template Club Templates Tom? I’ve got a bunch of sites based on JA T3 Blank without beeing a template club member :-)</blockquote>
    Sites based on T3 Framework are absolutely acceptable – let’s see ’em !!

    😎

    pixelzombie Friend
    #423607

    Okay! There you go. I’ll ony write down the main facts and components only. For modules and plugins and so on feel free to ask.

    URL: http://www.everrain.de
    Based on: JA T3 Blank customized
    Version: J1.5
    Extensions: Virtuemart, Phoca Guestbook & Gallery, Breezing Forms, DJ Image Slider, JCE, AceSEF
    Info: A Website for a german so-called nu-grunge rock band from DΓΌsseldorf. Background was the release of their new album.

    URL: http://www.strandhotelmoewe.de
    Based on: JA T3 Blank customized
    Version: J1.5
    Extensions: BooKiTGold, Phoca Guestbook & Gallery, DJ Image Slider, JCE, AceSEF
    Info: A small Website for a hotel located at the coast of the baltic sea.

    URL: http://www.nightanddayevents.de
    Based on: JA T3 Blank customized
    Version: J1.7
    Extensions: Phoca Gallery, Breezing Forms, JCE
    Info: A very small Website for an event management company, to be extended

    URL: http://www.r3-oschatz.de/
    Based on: JA T3 Blank customized
    Version: J1.5
    Extensions: Phoca Guestbook & Gallery, Breezing Forms, Phoca Restaurant Menu, JCE
    Info: A small website for a restaurant.

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    I have my own portfolio site for my small business I run at the nightly hours besides my main job. It’s also based on T3 as every site I build. Why? Because I love it. The flexibility and posibilities are unmatched compared to other frameworks. I also do all the client work and ticket stuff with the site. My clients get their projects organized with projectfork and can handle their issues with the MaQma Helpdesk ticket system and I’m also writing documentations on how to use every component in an FAQ system that comes with MaQma. Please be gentle with this site because i don’t really have the time to work on it. I’m getting other projects done you know πŸ™‚ You can also see other work I’ve done that is non Joomla or very old stuff that might be different today. Everything is in german so please ask if you want to know something.

    URL: http://www.pixelzombie.de/
    Based on: JA T3 Blank customized
    Version: J1.5
    Extensions: Phoca Gallery, Breezing Forms, MaQma Helpdesk, Projectfork, DJ Image Slider, JCE, AceSEF
    Info: My portfolio site.

    Love to hear what you guys think!

    Frank

    Blaine Friend
    #423613

    PixelZombie!
    Nice web site!

    pixelzombie Friend
    #423614

    <em>@Blaine 281353 wrote:</em><blockquote>PixelZombie!
    Nice web site!</blockquote>

    Which one? :p :-*
    Thank you πŸ˜‰

    Blaine Friend
    #423615

    Nite and Day

    ivan1012 Friend
    #423735

    NovaLica | 1st Croatian online model portfolio

    JA SOCIAL template

    http://www.novalica.com

    tom_laan84 Friend
    #424772

    Well i dont know how much editing you are looking for but i think these two sites are the most edited ones i made to date.:

    http://www.restylejepand.nl/ (this one cant be missed due to its structure but theres nothing but that left of it. oh and the house icon)

    besides that this one is totally different look & feel too. http://www.goestingdewinkel.nl/

    Or this one: http://www.primairracing.nl/ doesn’t have much left of the original template also.

    But in all those above are still some core structural elements that give away what template it used to be.

    Blaine Friend
    #424784

    Hi tom_laan84!
    Nice work on the Cloris site! Kudos!
    Bistro site looks good too!
    And nice work with the Cooper template as well!

    TomC Developer
    #424786

    These are some fantastic examples of what can be accomplished with some “out-of-the-box” creativity and ingenuity in modifying/customizing and deviating from the base template layout and styling.

    GREAT WORK ALL !!!

    KEEP ‘EM COMING !!!

    😎

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