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Mama Brasil Hostel, São Paulo, Brazil - mobile-first six-language Drupal 7 build

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While I was travelling in Brazil, I had this opportunity to design and build a fresh new multi-lingual website for the very lovely hostel I was staying in.

The site is Drupal 7, six-language, using a mobile-first responsive theme built on Zen’s base theme.

I worked with the owners of the hostel who had a vague idea of the kind of website they wanted, and knew enough of what they wanted it to do for me to be able to build a brief, a list of candidate functionality, and to produce designs based on the existing marketing flyers and branding the hostel owners had already had made.

The site uses quite a few Drupal contrib modules - here are the main highlights: Administration Menu, Administration Views, Module Filter for administration, Backup and Migrate, Better Formats, Block Class, Block Languages, Block Title Link, Boost and Boost Crawler, Cache Expiration, CAPTCHA, Chaos Tools, Content Translation, Contextual Links, CTools Custom Content Panes, Date API, Disqus, Entity Reference, Entity Translation, Fences, Field SQL Storage, Field Translation, Field UI, File, Footermap, Gallery Formatter, Global Redirect, Google Analytics, Hide Input Formats, Image CAPTCHA, Image Crop, Image Effects Text, Image Styles Admin, Imagecache Autorotate (and a few other Imagecache goodies), IMCE and WYSIWYG, Internationalization, jQuery Update, Language Switcher Dropdown, Lightbox 2, Link Checker, Locale, Localization Client, Login Toboggan, Menu Attributes, Menu Block, Menu Trail By Path, Menu Translation, Metatag, Multilingual Content, Node Clone, Page Manager, Page Title, Pathauto Persistent State and Pathauto, Real Name, Robots.txt, Search 404, SEO Checklist, Synchronize Translations, Taxonomy Translation, Token, Translation Overview, Translation Redirect, Transliteration, Twitter Block, User Mail Translation, Variable, Views, Views Slideshow, XML Sitemap, and a few others too!

The site is hosted on a small LAMP stack at Greengeeks, who do very affordable Drupal hosting.

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