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Sponsored OKPLS Sites

Bristow and Locust Grove

The Montfort & Allie B. Jones library in Bristow and the Locust Grove Library both have the basic theme. These have icons with text, a scrolling book widget, and a FAQs area. And, in different ways, each website promotes eBooks, the online catalog, research resources, and the library’s events and news. We love the ability…

Apache and Pawhuska

The flexibility of the page builder allows us to take out parts of the layout that don’t work for the library. The Apache Public Library doesn’t have an online catalog that would work with the new book scroll. So, we took away that feature. Or, we can move things around. The Pawhuska Public Library wanted…

Oklahoma Literacy Coalition

We don’t just have websites for public libraries across the state. We also have literacy organizations in the okpls family. The OK Literacy Coalition has been with us since the beginning, through several changes, migrations and upgrades.  Literacy sites present different layout needs than our libraries. We were happy to accommodate. If you’re interested in…

Boise City

If you can make it all the way out west to Boise City, you should drop by the Soutar Memorial Library and say, “howdy.” If not, take a minute and visit their website. It’s basic and clean. The website pulls together what they have to offer – eBooks, online search of the collection, and new books…

Antlers and Ardmore

These two libraries wanted to shake up the basic template a little – which is just fine with us! For the Antlers Library, we used their nice graphics for the four main areas they wanted to show – books, tech, programs and information. And, because not every site wants to have the big slider on…

Okemah

When you visit the Okemah Public Library, it feels like you’ve stepped inside a cozy living room. We hope you get the same feeling when you visit their website. The library has been with OKPLS for several years. This recent update made their website more mobile friendly. And, it has a crisper and fresher look…

Inola

We are happy to have Inola Public Library join OKPLS. It’s a happy, welcoming place and now their website reflects a certain fun energy. The library went from a website that was hard to work with and edit. Now, with WordPress, they have a fun, flexible platform to spread the Inola Public Library joy. Visit…

Chickasha

The Chickasha Library is another OKPLS super star. With this theme upgrade, we were able to use the library’s logo in the header. Other useful features: Instead of a Facebook timeline, we used a feed of Facebook events. We tweaked the layout to show four main areas they wanted to promote. We could do all…

Langley

The Langley Public Library always has a lot of fun things going on, for all ages. Stop by their website to find out more the 62+ club or see what’s happening for kids. Their website features the new books display, Facebook timeline, and a running scroll of fun quotes on books and reading. Visit The…

Vinita

The library was feeling a little restricted by the old theme, with its three columns across. The new theme made it possible to stretch out to full width. The library wanted a row with the online catalog and search engines, which their users always ask for. We got some vibrant colors in there to liven…