Archaeologie Baselland Website with DMXzone Extensions

Database Connectivity Collection user showcase

Today we present you an awesome piece of work that André Bender, the highly talented founder of Swiss Web Factory and long time DMXzone user accomplished, using the Database Connectivity Collection PHP. He started designing and programming websites in 1996 and founded his company in 2001, which is based in Basel, Switzerland. So check out his amazing skills and get inspired from the great job that he did, implementing DMXzone Database extensions on the Archaeologie Baselland Website.

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About Swiss Web Factory

Founded in 2001, Swiss Web Factory is an internet-based company specializing in the implementation of customer-oriented, professional intranet and internet projects. Their customers work in a wide variety of industry and private sectors. The company's web projects are equally individual, each one tailored to the customers’ specific needs.

Archäologie Baselland Website

This responsive website is built using the DMXzone Bootstrap 3 extensions. It includes dynamic content on every page and the information for every section is entered using a complex, custom-made content management system (CMS) built using the DMXzone database tools.

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The home page invites you to explore the different sections of this website. You can easily navigate directly to the section you need:

The news page shows the latest news about Archäologie Baselland, aligned in a nice masonry grid:

 

One of the most interesting sections of this website is the dynamic map, showing different archeological sites, excavations and excursion destinations in the canton of Basel-Landschaft. You can filter the locations by categories, show information on the map, or directly browse a list containing all the locations:

Each of the location listed on the map has its own details page, where you can find detailed information about it:



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Teodor Kuduschiev

Teodor KuduschievWorking as a QA Engineer at Dynamic Zones International BV. Along with the support and the forums, he's taking time to create awesome designs.

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Comments

Very nice and awesome combination of extensions

September 17, 2018 by Greta Garberini
Great webiste, indeed. Only thing I'd recommend was to reduce some picture sizes, https://www.archaeologie.bl.ch/uploads/images/fundstellen/impressionfotos/Liestal_Burghalden1.jpg for example is 1024x680 but is reduced through css to 455x302. Serving a scaled image could save 220.5KiB (80% reduction). Well, its just a minor thing, otherwise it is very well organised and simply beautiful.

RE: Very nice and awesome combination of extensions

September 17, 2018 by Teodor Kuduschiev
Hey Greta, thanks for the comment. These images can go up to 800*600 on large screens 2560x1440px (and larger resolutions) and on hover they get animated zoom-in which scales to the real size. That's why the user chose to keep the sizes as they are to keep the quality great on large screens.

I see

September 17, 2018 by Greta Garberini
Thanks for the explanation Teodor, this makes a lot of sense. Responsive design has its own rules, as one can see here.

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