16 03/2009Damien Buckley World of Air

World of Air

World of Air provide commercial and residential air conditioning and heating installation and service. Propeller recently redesigned the World of Air website, upgarading from the old website’s static architecture to a content management system.

The new World of Air design employs a big background design to create an open, airy feel along with an unusual sidebar banner to lessen headroom at the top of the site and corral all of World of Air’s images into one compact collage.

We also gave World of Air’s sister site HVAC Fire Checks a makeover at the same time, moving both sites to one shared hosting account, cutting down on cost and management teim.

World of Air and HVAC Fire Checks are built on our preferred Textpattern CMS and validates to XHTML Strict 1.0. Pure CSS are employed for layout and styling.

The Textpattern CMS’ provides full management of the site within a simple to use web based administration interface; adding and updating text, images and downloadable files. Site search is provided and visitors can subscribe to the World of Air e-newsletter.

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