Quench your thirst for learning more about how Drupal gets implemented on the Great Outdoors website, besides several individual .js files the scripts also utilizes: JQuery and a DivX plus web player.
It would be fitting to include an organization that has been inspiring people to care about the planet since 1888; National Geographic employs a custom CMS with thirty-seven sub-domains; this website is a massive undertaking utilizing over ten stylesheets and over thirty .js script files.
Looking for more adventure in your scripting? REI Adventures utilizes Ajax, and includes many scripts written within the <head> of the xmlns document, including REI analytics, II3 Rules, and findOutSlider.
Take Me Fishing
Need to add some more script tackle to your web tool box? Take Me Fishing features a geo-location with select-a-state option, and local weather conditions by zip code, using several scripts.
Dive into even more scripts with PADI, The Way the World Learns to DiveTM, which runs with Microsoft ASP.
My final inspiration comes from We Choose The Moon, which utilizes Ajax, Flash, and JQuery in creating this interactive website as part of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum. While space travel is not quite ready for public transport, Apollo 11 was the first mission to get a man on the moon. One small step!
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By Ryan Boudreaux
Ryan has performed in a broad range of technology support roles for electric-generation utilities, including nuclear power plants, and for the telecommunications industry. He has worked in web development for the restaurant industry and the Federal g...