Website development

Visions on the Net does website development using the Content Management System Drupal, which is free software and widely used globally. Drupal is extendable and customizable with a wide range of modules, which allows the creation of a website suiting your needs.

Visions on the Net especially has experience with multilingual websites (such as this one), and integration of location data and maps based on OpenStreetMap.org (an open source Wiki based map).

I am happy to discuss your needs with you.

The website of the Spanish war tax resistance campaign was developed in Drupal-7. It was designed to be low-maintenance, as this is a campaign run by the Spanish antimilitarist network aa-moc which already has its own website, and several of the local groups also have their own websites. Maintaining yet another website with high maintenance would therefore add additional work to the network, which is already stretched.

While low on maintenance, the website should at the same time be dynamic. It therefore imports news related to the issues of war tax resistance and military expenditure from a range of other websites and displays it at the relevant places, giving the website a dynamic experience, even though no new news has been posted to the website directly. Ideal for networks which want to be visible as a network, or for campaigns run by coalitions or networks.

The website of the Stop Nuclear Power Network UK was developed in Drupal-6, and one of its features is the integration of a clickable map of nuclear power sites in Britain.

In addition, it uses a fine-tuned access permission system, and several views to display information related to specific nuclear sites in Britain on specific pages. Besides pages for each nuclear site, the website also includes the option of local group pages, with information and events related to the respective group.

BoycottEDF.org.uk is a simple Drupal based website using the off-the-shelf Drupal theme ZeroPoint. Developed in Drupal-7, it uses one simple taxonomy and some views to organise the display.