CCB website goes live with TYPO3

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After sitting on it for a while, the Center for Computational Biology at the University of Colorado has gone live with the website I built for them. I reused the graphics from their previous website, but migrated the whole thing to the TYPO3 content management system, adding WYSIWYG editing, user registration, a multiple mailing list subscription system, event calender, job postings, archived news, and a lot of little bells and whistles like automatic event notification mailings. I was able to use free extensions for TYPO3 for some of these things, and built my own extensions with others. Getting started with TYPO3 was tough, but I was impressed with what it could do, so I used it to build my mom’s site, and now I’m working on a new site for Old Town Yoga here in Fort Collins.

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3 thoughts on “CCB website goes live with TYPO3”

  1. Yes, Dylan built my website and now it’s so easy to add to that I do so several times a week. It has proven to be one of my major therapies this past winter.

    I looked at the yoga site….it doesn’t look like your work. I take it that is the site that you are replacing? It works ok, but I found that oriental type face readable but not inviting. I’ve been there, of course, and cheer them on!

  2. Yes, that’s the current Old Town Yoga site! It will be getting a good face lift in addition to some TYPO3 content management goodies.

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