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Cocos (Keeling) Islands, & Christmas Island websites

We just finished up a prototype site for both the Cocos & Christmas Island airports. These sites will be simple sites to be used to introduce the airports and their amenities, and let travelers know about what to expect before & upon arrival. The site did use some flight widgets, but will soon be replaced […]

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American Legion Post 135

The American Legion, Chief Cornplanter Post 135 is now online, as well as on Facebook & Twitter. While the site is now officially live, we still have some work to do with it, namely adding information about the Post, its commanders, and its mission & history. We’re still happy to have it up and running […]

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One New Culinary Site Complete

We started (and finished) a culinary site for executive chef, David Marteau. The site, DavidMarteau.com exists solely to introduce himself, and sell his book, “Creative Cooking for the Global Kitchen”, available on Amazon.com. That being said, it was a pretty simple site to build, using bootstrap, and linking all of his social media, plus a […]

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American Legion Post 135 site on its way

We began work on the American Legion, Chief Cornplanter Post 135 website just last week. We’ll be adding things such as the band schedule, as well as links to their already existing facebook page. The site itself will also be automatically populated with their Facebook posts, to allow for little to no actual updating needs […]

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Marine Corps League : Pendleton Detachment

The Marine Corps League in Warren PA hold occasional raffles, ticket sales & other benefits to help fund projects like Toys for Tots & more. This summer, Solairen agreed to buy, build and host a small, mostly informational website for the league, in order to help people know what’s going on with the league. The […]

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Lakewood’s long standing Legion Post gets a new upgrade

Lakewood, New York is home to the American Legion, Post 1286, and Solairen servers are home to www.lakewoodlegion.com. For years, the Legion website was run using WordPress as a back-end, but we felt their online presence would more benefit from a good old Drupal installation. So we took the site apart, kept the images, kept […]

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Keeping the Spirit of ’76 Alive

We’ve been working on some major updates to the Fourth of July Celebration website in Warren Pennsylvania, and will soon be migrating the site to the new (and improved) Drupal 8 content management system. While D8 had just been released a couple months ago, and there’s not a whole lot of themes for it yet, […]

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