A blind man can see that this is a Plone site.

lol, guess I'm not that used to the  Plone UI yet...

Thanks for the tips and sample.

On Dec 19, 2007 12:20 PM, Andreas Jung <lists@zopyx.com> wrote:

--On 19. Dezember 2007 11:58:33 -0200 Marcelo de Moraes Serpa
<celoserpa@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm building a corporate website/portal with Plone and would like to know
> if the major companies that used Plone as their web platform have
> considerably modified the layout structure (main_template) or kept the
> overall Plone structure (viewlets)?
> The recommendation seems to be to keep the Plone overall structure but I'm
> sure most of the organizations listed on plone.net have dramatically
> modified the structure to better fit their look, feel and website
> structure.
> I know it depends on the project. Some project might even just use the
> plain vanilla Plone interface. But I'm not questioning anything, I just
> would like to know other more experienced Plone's developers experiences
> regarding this.

There are situtations where you get some fancy design from a web designer
that can not be implemented on top of the standard Plone UI (see
unserding.de as an example).

> Take http://trolltech.com/ - you can't tell from the website that it was
> made in Plone :)

A blind man can see that this is a Plone site.