Trinidad Guardian's Main Stage launched using Drupal!

By gdEg6gO1wybjfkUX5h9q, 4 February, 2010

Image removed. A few days ago, the Trinidad Guardian's Main Stage was launched. Without a doubt, the website runs on the very powerful cutting edge content management system, Drupal 6. The design was done in-house at The Guardian (provided as a template) and some features used are the jQuery powered photo galleries. A gallery is considered a "node" which can contain multiple images, all of which are seamlessly uploaded through the web interface of the same website. The website also showcases the use of the Event module which will contain Fete information for this Carnival period. A simple yet powerful website, contenting among the rest of gallery-powered website already existing in Trinidad and Tobago. A few theme improvements are still pending at the time of writing this article. This website was developed in about two (2) weeks by Log On Ltd, the leading provider of Drupal powered websites in Trinidad and Tobago.

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