I launched Juventuz in 2000 as a flash website but it soon turned out to be an elaborate project. It became an excercise in web design, web publishing, site promotion, web programming, server administration, community building and to some extent even public relations.
Juventuz was a site of some 100 pages, coded in plain html/css, with heavy support from Dreamweaver to keep track of all the files and templates. The deployment language was php, mainly to facilitate file includes.
The corner stone of the site was the Juventuz Forums, a community of some 3500 members and 600,000 posts. A tremendous effort went into developing the community and maintaining it.
| + Juventuz archive
As of July 2005, I have terminated my involvement in the project and the website has been sold to a new owner.
Since then it has been redesigned, but for samples of the old content, visit the Internet Archive:
+ Internet Archive for Juventuz.com