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Statamic Livestream - building a restaurant website: Part I

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Warning: This post is over a year old. I don't always update old posts with new information, so some of this information may be out of date.

A couple of weeks ago, I live-streamed the start of a restaurant website build using Statamic 3.

I need to finesse by presenting skills but I'm happy with how it went overall.

You can find the Github repository right here if you want to explore.

In this live stream we:

  • installed Statamic & its dependencies using PHP Composer

  • created a Statamic user

  • implemented HTML templates and partials/includes

  • created some pages in the default Pages collection and defined the main navigation menu

  • created a Menu collection for the food items the restaurant sells

  • mounted the Menu collection to the Menu page

  • created a blueprint of fields for menu items

  • customised the blueprint layout by setting widths on some fields

  • created a few menu entries

  • looped over the menu collection in the menu template to show our menu entries

The live stream begins 11 mins 36 seconds into the video


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