Public WWW users can only see some parts of the module in operation at this demonstration page, or choose 'm00' form the Navigation menu at http://drupal7demo.webel.com.au/module/m00. There are some various unthemed and themed stub pages with associated tabs and/or nested menu items.
There is a special user forms access permission that is deliberately not enabled there, if you install it and enable it authorised users can also play with some stub user input forms.
A simple stub block for m00 should be visible in the right sidebar.
The M00 project/module template is developed by Webel IT Australia, specialists in PHP-driven Drupal CMS web engineering, UML, SysML, Java and XML. In addition to using Drupal CMS for developing clients' web sites, Webel has used Drupal CMS for many years to develop educational web sites promoting graphical software engineering with Unified Modeling Language (UML) and graphical systems engineering with Systems Modeling Language (SysML):
If you are interesting in seeing M00 expanded to become a more substantial template for Drupal7 module development, or in seeing a Drupal8 version developed, please consider supporting the project. Donations to the M00 project may be made online via PayPal at: http://drupal7demo.webel.com.au/lm_paypal/donations
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