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Medical Device Testing Website

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We have just completed work on this website for a medical device testing company, really pleased with it's functionality, client is pleased as punch too.

https://met.uk.com
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Nice work O0

Can you say which modules are used to create each section?
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paulbaker wrote:Nice work O0

Can you say which modules are used to create each section?
I can of course :)

Thanks Paul.

Scroller on homepage is LISE with flexslider integration.

News is obviously the news module.

The FAQs section is actually CGBlog as this worked perfectly for this and for SEO purposes the client wanted it to be built with a blog structure.

The 9 squares on the homepage are built with LISE again and the links point through to page URLs that have their own children, on these pages there is categorised news for related stories.

The website has multiple languages on some pages so I have given the client the option to be able to add in their own lang country ID if needed for SEO purposes.

The global sites selection at the top in the orange bar is built on LISE again (I love this module so much, it's like a Swiss army knife).

Search is obviously the search module, but I have put it in an isolating website cover to focus attention.

The menu uses the standard Navigator module edited to allow dropdowns on PC/Laptop, and on mobile a second menu again acts as an isolating website cover to focus attention on the menu only.

Still tweaking some sections slightly here and there.

SEO on each page is available to the client to alter in a specific SEO tab in the admin backend, if nothing is input in these fields then the description will be taken from the page content to keep it relevant to that page.

Overall there are three templates for this website, one for the homepage, one for the contact page, and everything else works from one other template.
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Great stuff, thanks for adding this, really helps show the power and flexibility of CMSMS. The site looks great.
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paulbaker wrote:Great stuff, thanks for adding this, really helps show the power and flexibility of CMSMS. The site looks great.
Thanks Paul, I love this CMS, it's stable, easy for the client to use, I don't use anything else now, I've been using it for 10 years now, still loads to learn of course as always, grow the knowledge.

Everything in this site is hand coded, no themes etc.

To the dev team, keep up the amazing work, the users of CMSMS very much appreciate it all.
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govicinity wrote:To the dev team, keep up the amazing work, the users of CMSMS very much appreciate it all.
:-* ;D
I will make sure they are aware of this.
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