The official Bert Jansch website returned in late 2013 after some time offline, having been rebuilt from scratch by Adam Jansch. Along with the rebuild came an all-new look, inspired by the classic album Bert and John, with sections dedicated to Bert Jansch news, biography and records.
The album theme continues with a major revamp in 2018, which sees the site – now sporting stylistic cues from It Don't Bother Me – switch its underpinnings from MODX to Grav. HTML5, responsive CSS, jQuery and Twig all feature in the final result.
Today has launched a major revamp to the Bert Jansch website. The new design – using Bert Jansch album It Don't Bother Me as its themic inspiration – brings featured items to the front page, as well as a substantial increase to the site's album catalogue data.
Under the hood, the site switches from the MODX CMS to Grav, and gains https browsing too. Head to https://bertjansch.com to see it in action.
A large minor update to the Bert Jansch website today will see an improved Records section, with clearer navigation and more information being available about each record. Also, the News section sees a redesign, moving to a tiled layout for news stories.
Rebuilt from the ground up powered by MODX, the site aims to provide a more straightforward structure than its predecessor while also bringing with it some of the character of Bert Jansch's work.
At this time the site features News and Records, and will be expanding at some point in the near future.