We are glad you found ALPS. Take a look around, and see what you think. There is lots to explore. You can find the code on Github, check it out, file issues, and create pull requests. This code belongs to the Adventist church. It’s ours!
The Adventist Living Pattern System (ALPS) is a set of design patterns created by the Seventh-day Adventist Church for use around the world by Adventist churches, schools, and organizational units. The purpose of ALPS is to make it easy for our church to create good looking sites that promote the brand of the church, while allowing for individuality and customization of each site.
As you browse through the pages of this site, you will see examples of patterns for different types of pages. From home pages to channel pages, to basic pages, ALPS is designed to be beautiful, fast and flexible, while maintaining a consistent brand across the sites that use it.
Take a look for yourself!View the Adventist Living Pattern System
Here are the links you need to make it happen.
Include this code in the
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="//fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Merriweather:400,400i,700|Montserrat|Oswald" media="all">
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="//cdn.adventist.io/alps/2/latest/css/main.css" media="all">
Include this code in the footer of your page, right before the closing
ALPS is available on GitHub as a public project where you can download, file issues and pull requests, and follow the progress.
Do you have questions about ALPS? I'd love to hear from you and help make it work for your Adventist website.