Zimki - Converts file written in the zim Desktop Wiki format and converts them to textile.
Tocdown - Display the headlines of a markdown document in an extra window.
Dropcaps - Make the first letter of a text big.
Headlineimage - Display the title-attribute of an image directly on the image.
Twitter - Display "Tweets" and "Twipics" on the website.
Linkicons - Depending on the file extension of a link, corresponding symbols are added at the end of the text of the links. This allows a quick identification the relevant links. The images are all from in this recipe are from famfam.
This website was created to simply display the ideas and concerns of this consulting firm based in Jena. Again the blueprint CSS framework was used to create the basic layout. There were no special recipes used and the bulk part of the work was spend in the navigation and clean structure of the website.
Campusradio Jena was incapacitated due to an update of their hosting company for two months (September till October 2009). The requirements were:
Thus the system should not be used for an administrator but also from editors of news, the wiki engine pmwiki was used. After several hours of training with the editors of campusradio Jena, the website went online.
The website of the student council of the FSU computer science based on the Joomla CMS was corrupted so it has been build up from the scratch. Served as the basis pmwiki that is easy to migrate to a different website and easy to use by all members of the students without much HTML knowledge, it was very well received. It has a forum, RSS-Feed and a blog-like news system to provide the students with information. Thus the system should not be used for an administrator but also from editors of news - the wiki engine pmwiki was used.
The logo appeared on all events and was only changed according to the various themes of this event. The image was created with inkscape.
If you have something to say about the things you find on this web presence, don't hesitate to write me: firstname.lastname@example.org