While being a comparatively small local newspaper, the Lausitzer Rundschau is one of the first newspaper websites that is using HTML5 semantics and CSS3 features. They publish up to 500 new articles online, on a daily basis. Redesigning was by far the most extensive project i've ever done. Writing more then 10000 lines of html, css and javascript code spread out to nearly 500 templates for the fidion CMS.

The website is designed with a fluid/responsive layout. So the page adjusts it's width and other properties to fit the whole screen depending on which device you are using. Althought there are some issues with externally deliverred advertisements which we cannot process with the current state of technology. Thats also the reason the page is not w3c valid :(

Client: Lausitzer Rundschau
Timeframe: one year with a lot of breaks
Lines of Code: >10000
CMS Templates: 479 and growing
Technology: HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, fCMS
Layout: Fluid when possible (Ads)
w3c Valid: nope :/ stupid Ads
Number of haircuts while working on it: 5