Please share your Wild Apricot websites with cool design or features
I would love to see more examples of what people have done with their pages. It is stoo hard to comb through the posts to find those who have given their websites to you guys. Seeing examples really helps me get ideas and it also shows the capability of the system. It would be nice if you created a section in the forum for people to showcase their websites.
Hi Bill, thanks.
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Bill Krisher commented
Mitchiedog, nice work! Can I ask what font size you used for the general text on your pages?
Kyle, thanks for sharing, very nice site!
Kyle Mitchell commented
Here's our website: http://www.spec.bc.ca
Interesting design features/css customizations:
* Sidebar under menu
* Lowest sidebar item is bottom aligned with bottom of page
* Right aligned last menu item
* Embedded flash in footer but only made visible on home page
* Side-by-side Events/Blog gadgets with custom colors/fonts & sized to always be the same height regardless of the number of items
* Custom "Search Our Site" and "Email Signup" boxes in sidebar
My site as a news hub for our sport & dirtbike club.
Just added RSS feeds & social bar with youtube integration, chat & Facebook for social networking our site instantly. All automated, All updating of our homepage is done with blogs & facebook.
Our Site Features
External RSS Feeds
User Submission for news
Google Analytics for statistics on referrals, user geographic & behaviors
Giveaways as Events
Automated Advertising with AdButler
SmugMug Integration & automatic updates with RSS feeds
RSS Feed for displaying page content with RSSinclude.com (main page news, featured news, external news, events etc.
Social Toolbar with http://www.wibiya.com
-Online Users with World Map
-Online Chat with Facebook/Twitter/Myspace Login
-Translator for over 40 Languages (selectable)
-Share Tab for Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, Digg, Email,
-Like Tab - Instantly posts link of page user is on to users facebook wall
-Facebook Fan Page Link
-Quick Links For - Popular Pages - Results, Photos, Pre-registration, Events (custom icons)
-Youtube Softbox Popup (keeps users on our website)
-Customizable Notifacations on Schedule with advertisments & images for sponsors & events
Sites we use:
adbutler.com - subscription
smugmug.com - subscription
rssinclude.com - subscription
wibiya.com - subscription
grazr.com - free (iframed to hide advertisment)
youtube.com - host videos
vholdr.com- host videos with music youtube does not allow
facebook - group & fanpage,
Daniel Renteria commented
These other examples look great!
The ARRC has recently upgraded to a fully functional flash enabled site. You can visit our page Here http://www.arrenteria.com . At this time, you must have flash enabled to view the site. We are currently working on switching over to JQuery and the few HTML5 features currently available to keep our page up-to-date with the current online tech and also more accessible to those who don't use flash.
I'm happy to answer any questions you might have with regards to the DFWIMA.org implementation. My company did the development of their site. You can contact me at steve.durman [at] fourmanfurnace [dot] com
I think I responded to an earlier email you sent via the DFWIMA.com "contact us" form.
This looks like a customization created by our partner who helped them with their site - Nicasio http://www.nicasiodesign.com/wild-apricot.php
I really like the navigation on the craftworks. HEY, how did they get their blog summary to have images? I didn't know that was possible unless that isn't the gadget but something custom?
@Melodee - thanks for sharing, I like how simple and clean your site is!
What beautiful sites!
We just finished a site for the National Association of Women Business Owners - Greater Madison http://www.nawbomadison.org .
I really like this one (customized by our partner NIcasio):
Here is another nice and clean site Maryland CASH Campaign http://marylandcashcampaign.cloverpad.org/find-a-class
Good looking site!
OOOhhh I like that! I will have to go inspect the code and see how they did that.
I also like the other one how they integrated a job posting. I wonder what they used, it looks nice.
See this is useful to me. I think this will be really helpful for everyone. Although probably a pain the the butt for the apricot team as now you will get a billion question on how to do something!
Although now I feel like mine isn't good enough! Ours isn't done yet but its getting there. It helps that there are lots of pretty pictures so I don't have to go overboard with the design. http://www.bosshawaii.onefireplace.org
Caribcomm is one of my favourite designs: http://caribcomm.roundtablelive.org/
The DFW Interactive Marketing Association ( http://www.dfwima.org ) is one of my favorites.