• Marbella, Spain
    Marbella, Spain

    Forum for the Future with Joomla!  Sunset.  January 2020

  • Tel Aviv
    Tel Aviv

    Sunset at the beach, Tel Aviv, Israel, March 2019

  • New York City
    New York City

    From the 80th Floor of the Freedom Tower, The Top of the World, May 2017

  • Grand Canyon
    Grand Canyon

    Grand Canyon, USA, December 2020

  • Central Park, NYC
    Central Park, NYC

    A stroll in THE park, Central Park, NYC, May 2019

  • Rome, Italy
    Rome, Italy

    On a break during the Joomla World Conference, Rome, Italy November 2017

  • Masada
    Masada

    Sunrise at Masada, March 2019

  • Cream Ridge Farms, NJ
    Cream Ridge Farms, NJ

    Yes there are Tulips in New Jersey!  April 2022

  • Copenhagen Stork Fountain
    Copenhagen Stork Fountain

    Copenhagen, Denmark, Stork Fountain on Amagertov, May 2019

  • Sedona, Arizona
    Sedona, Arizona

    A glimpse of the history of rocks... Sedona, Arizona, December 2020

  • Kibbutz Tzuba
    Kibbutz Tzuba

    Tzuba, Jeruslaem, Israel, March 2019

  • Ocean City, NJ
    Ocean City, NJ

    Sunrise from the Jersey Shore, April 2022

  • Maverick Roller Coaster
    Maverick Roller Coaster

    Cedar Point, Sandusky, Ohio, Maverick Roller Coaster, June 2021

All-In-One Suppliers

2016-06-01:We updated the site to Joomla 3.6.2. 

  • Complete E-commerce: with Rentals and purchasable products
  • Mobile Friendly
  • Photo Galleries
  • Timeline
  • Custom Content / Blog easy add

2015-05-01: We updated the site to be completely mobile friendly and accomodate the Google Mobile Friendly rules. 2014-10-01: All-In-One Suppliers need RytechSites to upgrade their complex e-commerce website to a Joomal 2.5 site.  We worked with a team of php coders as RytechSites manage the entire implementation, and rebuilding of the website. Virtuemart Cool Timeline for History Photo Gallery to display different lines Custom Coupons Display of different product variables as custom fields Customize and add Rental and Purchase functionality Integrated with MailChimp Slideshow on front page Imported/Merge all products, order, users from 1.5 website  

Amazing Amusements

We have been working with Amazing Amusements for almost 10 years now.  Initially we built their site using html, then we moved to Joomla in 2013.  This year for 2016, we upgraded their site with some fun bells and whistles.

This is a perfect site for the directory component, mosets tree.  The staff at Amazing Amusements can easily edit and add products to multiple categories.  One of the greatest features is that one product can exist in multiple categories.  This is great for SEO and for their clients to easily find the products that they are looking for.

This year we added a little more 'color' to the site with a full image collage background.  We also made the site 100% responsive, so it will work well on desktops, tables and on cell phones.

Children's Yoga

We started working with the Children's School of Yoga back in 2006.  Over the years we have moved this site from html into Joomla!  Every few years upgrading the site and the online registration for the site.

For online registration we are using a company outside of joomla (jumbula).

We built additional sites for The Children's School of Yoga's Francises

-  TheChildrenSchoolofYogaRockland.com

- TheChildrensschoolofYogaWestchester.com

- TheChildrensschoolofYogaFairfield.com

 

Go on Girl! Book Club

The Go on Girl! Book Club has a very complex site with the following functionality list:

  • Book Directory
  • Author Directory
  • Awards Directory
  • Membership only section
  • Multiple page questionnaire
  • Photo Gallery
  • Landing Page slide shows
  • Site design by RytechSites
  • Map listing of Chapters
  • Member, Chapter and Executive committee listings with community builder
  • Members can edit their own profiles and banner pages and communicate with each other.
  • Donation forms
  • Award Weekend forms

This site took about 6 months to build, we are currently in phase 1.  For Phase 2 we will be adding membership forms and ability to start a chapter online.

JSS

We built this site for Jewish Social Service Committee of New Brunswick and Highland Park. This organization needed a simple site that will accept donations, and include information about the amazing things that they do for people in the local community. We also made sure to include training so that a board member of the organization can easily add new cases to the site at any time, without needing additional assistance. We walked them through the process of setting up the paypal account, and everything else was taken care of. Visit the site at: http://www.jssnb.org

KidStyleSource

2021: The beloved founder Lynda Johnson passed away.  We will miss her terribly.

2019: We had another 'iteration' of this website, this time we simplified the site into one single site.  We cleaned up the design and the individual page designs for a clean and modern look!

2015: We upgraded KidStyleSource.com, both their industry site and consumer site to Joomla 3.4.  We also made the site mobile-friendly according to Google.  We changed some of the design elements, but the key functionality where the owners can update their own site stayed the same!

2011: Kidstylesource came to me with a website already in place.  The problem was that the owners of the company could not maintain the content themselves.  The programmer that was hired did a beautiful job of designing the website, but you needed to be a javascript programmer in order to add any images to the site. Being a trend magazine website this is unacceptable.  All owners of a Joomla! website should be able to maintain their own content, that is why they built the site in joomla! So with the help of a gallery tool, ignite gallery, and some slick programming from Donna Vincent (www.iteachme.com), and lots of one on one training,  we added plugins / modules to the site so all members in the company could add their own images themselves.  It was an empowering experience for me as well, because we were able to bring their website to the next level, and now the company members can really participate in the content of the website, and not just the text. Do you have a project where you feel you are being 'controlled' by your progammer?  Contact us, and we might have a solution for you! Website: a target

LifeWorksNJ

LifeWorksNJ was initially getting hacked significantly.  We assisted them by setting them up with a sucuri account, then we started the process of upgrading their site to the newest version of joomla, Joomla 3.4 We taught the owers how to update content, add new flyers, add new pdf forms to the site. The owners can now manage the site on their own, and do not need to rely on a developer!

Mountainside Public Library

Mountainside Public Library had a website built with an html static design.  It became more and more difficult for the library staff to maintain the content of the website.  They  hired RytechSites to convert the entire site into a Joomla easy to manage content management system.  We worked through the site, the main navigation and the overall look and feel to make it exactly what the Board of Directors and the Executive Director felt comfortable with.

 

Murray Construction

The owner of Murray Construction came to RytechSites a few years ago.  They needed assistance in updating the properties that they have on their site.  The original developer built the site in a way that it was very complicated for a 'regular' person to add properties or to edit them.  Since these updates happened about once a month, we focused on what tools we could utilize to make the updates easier.

More recently in 2021 we updated the entire website for brand new clean and more sophisticated look.  

We also added the use of custom fields so it would remain easy for the employees at Murray Construction to make updates on their own (if they want to).

 

New Providence Public Library

We were thrilled to work with New Providence Library to move the site from a very old version of Joomla! into a modern sleek version of the site.  We kept the colors at a minimum so the focus can be on the images, events and services that the library offers to it's patrons.

Plainview Library

2019: We upgraded the site to a brand new template.  We cleaned it up, and made the 'flow' easier for the patrons to move through the site.

2015: We upgraded the Plainview Library Website to Joomla 3.4, we kept the overall look, appearance and functionality.

2013: We upgraded the Plainview Library website to Joomla 2.5 The following functionality: - book lists / database reference directory - complex photo gallery - slide shows - pdf listers  

Springfield Library

We have worked with the Springfield Public Library since 2007.  We started Springfield Public Library's first joomla site in 2007 with Joomla 1.0.  Over the years we have upgraded it to each new Joomla version in order to take advantage of the new features available. Now in 2015, we have changed the look of the site completely.  The library had a logo designed, and we built the site design around the clean look and colors of their logo. On their site they use: - event management - clean and easy to edit slide show - image galleries - web links to display database resources and links to other sources.

ThrillCoaster Tours

ThrillCoaster Tours is a teen tour, in fact it is the only Roller Coaster Camp where teens are taken to amusement parks for the summer time. Features of the website are: - Photo galleries - Template design - Online registration for the tour and other events - Contact Us

Traditions at WC

Traditions is a 55+ living community new New Hope, Pennsylvania.  They already had a Joomla! website, but they were getting serveral errors on the site, and they needed immediate assistance.  We discovered that they needed their site upgraded to Joomla 3, and to update the tools that they were using.  We also worked with them and gave them significant training so they could easily manage their content on their own, which was very important to them.

Update 2022:   We successfully upgraded their site to Joomla4, they didn't want to change their template from the original look, so we kept as much the same as possible.  The upgrade went seemlessly!

 

Visual Efex

We upgraded Visual Efex to use the new Joomla content management system in the newest version of Joomla. Visual Efex wanted a 'slick modern looking website', that really showcases the amazing work that they do.  We also added a complex photo gallery which the owners can update easily.

2022 Update

We recently moved the site into a brand new site design and upgrade the entire site to Joomla 4!