Made with Kirby and <3


#473

Hey! Here’s two kirby-powered sites I’ve been working on recently:



#474

After a long time I’m back.

For some days I release my new site based on Kirby and UIkit as a CSS Framework.

Markus Dunkel

Have a look and feel free to write tipps or critic.

Best wishes

Markus


#475

This theme would benefit from a slightly collapsed header when scrolling down imo. The large padding looks nice above the fold but it’s rather intrusive when scrolling down.


#476

That’s true! I will change that…

Thanks @dreadnip


#477

Hi, I launched a new Kirby theme in AwareThemes:

View live demo


#478

Hello,

i just launched the first iteration of https://www.eziga.de built with KirbyCMS and Google AMP only. It was pretty easy to add custom kirbytags for AMP’s required markup and get most AMP components running very quickly.

In the future i am going to add some IO functionality, so users can interact with the site, have a little messageboard and comments or such. have not looked into that as much, but , as it seems, that it would require some custom things to get it running in kirby.

it took me like a week from start to finish without having touched AMP once before. so if you want a basic website running AMP, kirby is definetly one of the easier CMS to run with.
if you plan to get a normal html site alongside a seperate version w/ amp, i think you should pretty easily get started with a custom page method, explained here.

also, if you are looking to get json running in kirby, it is a bit messy, but works just fine.


#479

mdesbasel.ch – provided a great first excuse to play with kirby = <3

A post shared by ted davis (@teddavisdotorg) on Feb 15, 2018 at 2:32pm PST


#480

These sites was created by previous developer at Faith Life Church for Pastor Gary Keesee.com
(https://drenda.com/)


#481

A little no-frills portfolio for a friend: