Misc. Info about the making of this website and ...

Dear visitor, if you have any suggestions regarding the content of the website, things you would like to see, anything that can improve your stay on our website, don't hesitate to let us know by using our 'Contact Form'
The website's structure is now set and will not be changed anymore but the content and look will continue to change.
We hope that you enjoyed your visit and that you'll come back frequently to see what's new on our website!

This website is built with Grav.
Grav is a modern open source flat-file CMS and an award winning platform, voted "Best Open Source CMS" in 2016 and 2017!
Grav is a Fast, Simple, and Flexible file-based Web-platform.
More info about Grav available @ https://getgrav.org

The development of this website happend thanks to MAMP Pro.
What does MAMP mean: MAMP = My Apache - MySQL - PHP
MAMP Pro is a local server environment that allows you to develop and test websites locally.
One Computer - multiple Servers.
MAMP Pro includes MySQL, Apache, PHP, Perl, and Python.
It can run different versions of PHP at once.
It allows mobile testing: locally testing your sites on mobile devices using the 'MAMP viewer' for Android or iOS.
If you ask me, one of the best thing I've bought and a great application to use! For more info visit the MAMP website @ MAMP Pro

THE ABUZzERS's are using Trello as a project management system.

THE ABUZzERS 's website and apps available on THE ABUZzERS 's domain and subdomains are built and administrated by DJ Dakta.
If you have some questions or comments for the Webmaster, please refer to the 'Contact Form' to send a message.

Thanks to Grav. I was able to create a dynamic website to replace my old static one that was written only in html.
I finaly have a website that I'm proud of! :-)

FYI: this website is entirely made, created, written, modified, administrated, ... by Dakta & Jo-ëL and this, mostly just for fun, and because we can! :-p
THE ABUZzERS 's website (the very first one) was created more then 10 years ago and was an uggly static HTML website that I'm glad not longer exists!
I'll post some pictures of how the site was looking back then in the future, I first need to decide where I will put this.

I've found a simple way to make our old website available again (I've just created a new subdomain) so anyone who's a little bit interested to see the difference that there is between the old site and this new one!
To go and check it out, just click on the following link: Our old website