Compelling features for your whole team
Also, every piece of content has a 'Plan' tab, where you can save content strategy and other work/notes.
A thoroughly-invented wheel
frost comes fresh out of the box with the site you see here, ready to adapt.
The components and 'stripes' work together for complex storytelling, while the power of Drupal fields powers semantic and non-storytelling content like articles, products, and events.
- Utility-first CSS
- GitHub templates and commit message validation
- Hosting configs for platform.sh, Pantheon, and Acquia Cloud
- Magic fields: use machine names like field_style_myclasses, field_attr_open, or field_data_holder to automatically add styles, attributes, and data- attributes, respectively
- Site-specific custom modules with blocks for contact information, cookie disclosure, "back to top", social sharing, and more
- Default content for all the pages you've had to manually create a million times
- Migration helpers
- A head start setting up Drupal Commerce
- Solr search with autocomplete already done
There's a balance when telling your brand story, between rigid templates and ill-advised creative freedom. The frost component system lets you use a big toolbox of components, without letting everyone put blinking Comic Sans text wherever they want.
Best of all, this balance doesn't require calling an expensive developer when the time comes to try something new.
Can I put an accordion in a tab in a stripe?
You bet! The accordion contents can be rich text, too. That's a lot of layers, but with component-driven storytelling it's a walk in the park.
More Drupal than Drupal
As you can see in the graph and table below, umami has lots of dummy content, and Wordpress has a huge, confusing list of components. frost seeks to strike a balance.
(Isn't is cool that frost lets you create interactive charts using data from easy-to-make tables, all without paying extra?)
Reusable breathing room
This section can be dropped on any page, anywhere. It's part of the "Paragraphs library" so you can place it between two content-heavy sections.
It works like any content on the site, so you can edit it easily, which you'll have to do because this is an example that would make no sense on your website.
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A CTA for your sense of adventure
Some rich text that boldly exclaims your unique selling proposition, to call your visitor to act. In this case, acting means pressing the button below!