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Brightlemon selected to build Shineweek site

About the Shineweek web site

Site Summary

The Shineweek web site is a social networking site built along the lines of YouTube allowing children, teachers and creative organisations to upload content showcasing their talents. Users will be able to register and subsequent to verification upload video, photos, audio and written content and details of Shineweek related events.


A context for increasing online engagement.

By Jeffrey Lye

Since its widespread introduction and continuing proliferation in our lives, the following key concepts embody our changing relationship with online media and machines.

- Economics and market dynamics have started blurring the boundaries between media and personal/household appliances. Media convergence has exposed us to new function and increasing overlap between Radio, TV, Video internet and telephony.


Brightlemon web site is top of Google - again

Yet again the Brightlemon web site ( is top of Google ( and for the phrases: "web design london" see (number 1 out of 140,000,000 web sites) "london web design" see (number 1 out of 138,000,000 web sites) and on page one of Google for numerous other phrases and keywords. Contact us today about search engine optimisation and to discuss putting your website at the top of Google.


Plan International schools link web site

About this project
Brightlemon successfully launched an interactive messaging web site for Plan international - Plan Schools Link.

This social networking based site features private messaging among students in the UK and Africa. Additionally it contains customisable school profiles, messages with embedded Flash video, images, WYSIWYG editing and multiple access levels and related roles.
It also features forums (for Teachers only) and workflow and swearword filtering.


English Online featured on Dries Buytaert's site

The British Council's English Online - built by Brightlemon - was recently featured on the home page of Dries Buytaert's website This site now has over 110,000 registered users (as of October 2009) and receives over 14 million page impressions per month. Surely this is a good advert for Drupal as a large social networking platform...!


How do I create repeating content on my drupal site?

In one of our projects we were required to create repeating content on a drupal site. That means that there were pages on the site that had exactly the same content, but they were at different locations. It was a requirement that the client edits only 1 page and the other pages had to update automatically. We have discussed several methods to achieve this functionality until we found the easiest option: clone the node via a drupal function. So here's how we did it: Create a new content type and name it as you wish (we used "repeating content" so editors won't get confused).