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Standard/Advanced: Your SP Website gets a new look

Sam Fewster
posted this on September 28, 2012 16:14

Over the next few weeks, we are rolling out a significant change to the look and feel of SP Standard and Advanced Websites.

We hope the new layouts will enhance the look and personalisation of your website, whilst rendering pages on web, especially around results, fixtures and detailed results are getting a major overhaul.

Refreshed page layout

The page layout has been updated to put your Association, Club or Team's identity first. Your header moves to the very top of the page ensuring it's the first thing your visitors see.

The leaderboard advertisement has been moved down the page and nested in a more integrated fashion.

The right column has finally joined the rest of the page allowing your detailed results room to breath.

 

Old Layout

 

New Layout

New layouts for fixtures/results and a classic gets an update

Old Layout

Your results have looked the same for years, finally they get a bold new update.

The default results layout will change to a clean modern layout with big team names and even bigger scores. Team logos feature prominently adding extra colour to your site and vital match information is clearer to read. 

Along with the new default layout, two new variations will also be available. If you liked the old layout, it's been updated too. The Classic results layout is wider and has a grouped date, time and venue information to ensure no one misses a game.

Side by Side Layout (New Default)

Stacked Wide Layout

 

Stacked Narrow Layout

Classic Layout

Detailed Results, it's easier to see the details

Big result tables in small spaces made it hard to get all the detail in your Detailed Results, so we've gone wide. 

Scrolling to the side to read tables isn't fun, so detailed results tables have been expanded to use the full width of your site.

 

 

 

Old Layout

 

New Layout

 

Website Editor, easier, faster

Taking cues from the recently launched SP Passport, the Website Editor has been overhauled making your job less painful.

Items previously buried in menus have been brought to the forefront as the editor is now split into three simple sections. 

Content, Display & Settings are easily identifiable so you'll always know where you need to be to update your website and a quick menu that moves with you let's you get there fast.

 

Old Layout

 

New Layout

 

Comments

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brumbies

Looking forward to the new look 

October 04, 2012 07:13
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Blair Donaldson

Agreed, looking forward to the new look but can you give us any indication how far away the changes are? Thanks in advance.

November 22, 2012 10:58
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Sam Fewster
Fox Sports Pulse

Hi Blair - we don't have firm date yet, but it will most likely be before Christmas.

Cheers,

Sam.

November 22, 2012 11:39