Alliance Française in India: Bombay, Ahmedabad and DGAf websites are now online.

The SAFIR project runs its course with three new websites that have been put online in the last two weeks. On March the 20th we released the Alliances Françaises General Delegation website (http://afindia.org). Its main aim is to highlight the dynamism of the Alliances Françaises in India and Nepal. It also provides links that forward to the different Alliances Françaises through an Indian map where they are located.

Alongside our work on DGAf website, we have also provided results on the other Alliances websites and finally it is Bombay (http:/bombay.afindia.org) that finishes on our podium with a release the 3rd of May, followed by the Alliance of Ahmedabad (http://ahmedabad.afindia.org) which joined the web on May the 20th .

For the last two updates, the E-nova technologies team worked very close with its clients in order to create sites that fit the Alliances. To answer at the requests of some of the customers, we introduced new features as the possibility to read magazines in PDF format directly into web pages via a module of the ISSUU platform.

Alongside the release of the new websites, E-nova Technologies gave part of the control of their platform to the Alliances of Delhi and Bangalore. These two Alliances are now completely independent to manage their cultural events. E-nova received very good feedback so far regarding the Drupal’s back office, the content management system used to create the multi-site platform.

For more information:

visitez le site web de l’Alliance Française de la DGAF.

visitez le site web de l’Alliance Française de Bombay.

visitez le site web de l’Alliance Française d’Ahmedabad.

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