Live Examples


#342

#343

Launched! Full Roots stack site for LINX Cargo Care Group

(I also did the entire logo and identity design)


#344

Lovely! How did you do the complex layouts on the front page (for example)? Is it ACF fields or a page builder plugin or what? I’m always curious how others solve these kinds of problems.


#345

ACF. I use it for everything. Just a page template with a specific set of fields. I’ve never found a page builder that does a good enough job for layouts for mobile+desktop.


#346

Yeah. I’ve been using Beaver for smaller projects to get them out the door faster, but nothing does exactly what I want yet.

My designers want a lot more flexibility than I think is typical, too. Your set of cards about half way down; we would need that to appear anywhere, or multiple times, and contain an infinite number of cards, always arranged into equal rows.

I need to put my foot down more.


#347

Yeah I’m very lucky in this instance that working direct with the client we’re making page layouts on a needs basis. So everything is custom, and not entirely designed just to be repeatable.


#348

Launched! Full Roots stack (oh yeah, again!) for Wicks Joinery, Toowoomba

Also my first live site using Bootstrap. I’ve always been kinda against it for bloat reasons but oh boy is it full of so many useful classes…


#349

Full Roots stack on these folks:

Sage sites:


http://bht.org

Roots is just the best, you guys.


#350

Looking for the best wineries on California’s Central Coast? Look no further than the Sage-powered pasowine.com, home of the Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance.

Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance

And if you need someone to drive your drunk self around, 101 Wine Tours is also a Sage-powered site.

My next project is a WooCommerce site which I am planning on integrating with Sage 9.


#351

https://soux-calvo.online/


#352

just fyi, there’s an z-index issue on https://soux-calvo.online/galeria-de-fotos/ if you scroll down.


#353

just sage. https://gazebo-altanky.sk/


#354

I have been quietly using sage for a while. Here are a few sites I hav3 produced with it …


www.visitcripplecreek.com

I am always looking for feedback.

Thanks!


#355

Good ol’ Snopes is built with Sage http://www.snopes.com/


#356

Sage 8.5:


#357

Bedrock + Sage: https://systemverification.com/

Thank you Team Roots for enabling a much more fun and professional workflow.


#358

Tourism Darling Downs

Full Roots stack for a holding page … because it’s faster :smiley:


#360

I don’t think I’ve shared this one here:

Winterberry Gardens

Full Roots stack at Digital Ocean, plus Beaver Builder for content. I used ACF Complex Titles for the page titles.

I’m particularly proud of how the form in the dark green bar works --if you fill out the on-page form completely before hitting “Begin”, it’ll fill and hide those fields in the modal. If you only partially fill the form, it’ll show all of the fields, and fill the ones you filled. All fields are still subject to validation, and will appear if they don’t validate on submit. It’s hard to describe but it works really well!


#361

One from this month: http://gvrdsnowpatrol.com

Sage 9 | Tachyons | ACF | ScrollReveal

I built this using my own fork of Sage 9 (a few months old). I just had stripped Bootstrap from it and manually installed Tachyons. It’s great to see Tachyons is now an option in the main repo—although I do prefer to dump the src folder in styles and then modify webpack to build with the Tachyons build process. With UnCSS I was able to get the css weight down to 6kB.

I’m excited for the next few sites I’m doing using the latest Sage 9 + Controller. I’ve honestly never been this excited about WP development.


#362

New new!