The Bootstrap is a clean, friendly, modern WordPress Theme, with a great image and gallery handling, based on Bootstrap from Twitter.
It is the first Theme I submitted to the WordPress Theme Repository.
With the HolidayCheck Blog Network, I used the new multiuser functionality WordPress included in Version 3.0. Since I am operating from a subdomain I had to go with the subdirectory install for the other blogs. Using the Domain Mapping Plugin for MU, I am able to run each blog on its own subdomain. The domains point to the root WordPress installation – the plugin takes care of the rest.
Before the blog network was available, I had to
hack tweak the
wp-config.php file a bit to determine which top level domain is requested and have it set the right database prefix and locale. Now this isn’t necessary anymore and I can maintain plugins, themes, users etc. centrally, which reduces the maintenance overhead a lot.
HolidayCheck Campus is the first blog that I created on the HolidayCheck Blog Network. Its theme is a child of the theme framework I used for the Polish and German Blog, thus taking advantage of all modules I incorporated in the parent theme. Since its design (Mock up by Thomas Witt) is so different from its counterparts, it almost exclusively uses its own templates (even the searchform!).
Again, I had to customize a lot to meet the requirements. Here are some modules I had to extend or create:
A small project for a befriended couple, who wants to share their experiences leading up to their wedding with their friends.
Artwork von EZwpthemes was internationalized and used as the blogs theme.
I created this website (run on WordPress) as part of my job as a working student at HolidayCheck. The design was mostly taken over from its German counterpart (Designed by Thomas Witt).
Extensive customization was requested, only to name a few: