Some recent new and revamped sites using the theme are listed below.
Fishing for Litter
Our revamp of the Fishing for Litter website for KIMO International involved a redesign and switch from a custom editing system for the front page to the use of WordPress block editor by adding styling to modify core Blocks and by developing custom Blocks.
Page mock-ups were created by an external design agency, and we were tasked with customising our LGD Callanish theme to implement those design ideas.
This involved the development of two custom blocks, a Square Grid block and a Flags block.
The square Grid block will output between one and eight Tiles in a square grid format, Tiles can be individual Posts, Latest Post (selectable by category and offset), an image or content added in a content editor.
All tiles can have their background colour selected from the Theme’s colour palette. Content Tiles also have the option of an image background.
The Flags block is similar to the Theme’s Logos block but with some modifications to optionally include country names, and to display the flags in a circle.
Flags, from a stock graphics set of square flags, are added as Custom Posts, with country name, flag and page link. By assigning categories to the Posts, the Flags block can be used to display a subset of all the Flags. Including the country name is optional and the flags can be displayed in 2, 4, 6 or 8 column layout.
The front page menu smoothly scrolls to different sections of the front page.
Forest Policy Group
The Forest Policy Group website revamp updated a WordPress site to our Callanish theme so it can include section and page-specific heading images and make better use the Block editor.
As well as the theme update, the site was restructured with content placed in sections for different topics.
Ben Averis Art
Ben Averis Art site is a new site that allows the client to create galleries and upload images.
Images are added as “custom posts“ with associated information on media, size and pricing, that is displayed on the gallery listing page and on an individual page.
The galleries also include a pop-up “lightbox” where visitors can view larger versions of each image.
An update of a website that had originally been built with Dreamweaver, with static html pages.
Recent content was ported to the new WordPress site, with older content being moved to an archive.