We just redesigned our website by installing new theme. The move was long overdue, We finally migrated from age old theme (classic TwentyTen) to mobile friendly, fully responsive theme. The recent announcement on Google’s webmasters blog, about its plans to include more mobile-friendly sites in search results (starting from 21st April 2015), drove my moves faster. Although our website was mobile friendly before, thanks to JetPack plugin’s mobile feature, we thought to have the site based on theme which is natively mobile friendly. I personally love TwentyTwelve theme for its clean and minimal design. We had hacked, tested, and deployed this theme on clients websites before. The specialty of TwentyTwelve theme is the front page template where you can display two widget areas in front page along with page content.
The new website is also under-construction and is almost ready. All web-agency work will be handled by the new website aon.works. (Currently it redirects to this site). I’m pleased with its progress and design. If you want to take a sneak-peek before we launch it, drop me an email. I’ll add you in news/email update list.
We build many WordPress powered websites for our clients; and recommend the same Content Management System to others. We love WordPress so much so that, for Amrute Online Networks we chose WordPress CMS, over the others. We owe a lot to the WordPress (you’d realise the significance of the wordpress & its impact if you take a look at the report of their annual survey & take a survey ) and its open source community.
While we try our little to give back to the community by providing free support, time and suggestions at WordPress support forums, we’ve decided to contribute in a bigger way now.
Announcing WordPress in Marathi!
– a project initiated by Amrute Online Networks
WordPress -blogging & CMS system
As of now, WordPress is not available in Marathi (-one of the most spoken languages in India). We’re initiating the Language translation project for WrodPress. While there’re many sites in Marathi built on WordPress CMS, their admin-dashboard still appears in English. We plan to change this and bring the editor as well as console/dashboard in Marathi.
We’ll be using AON’s resources, (time, money, staff, & expertise) to run this project. I’d plan a roadmap and set a deadline for this project. If you’re interested in contributing to the project, please feel free to comment below (or alternatively mail me firstname.lastname@example.org). Also if you have a suggestion/free advice, but dont have time to contribute, don’t hesitate. And, if you’re already working on this project, let’s do it together. In any case, let us know.