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what does the cms to do the coding?

Thread began 2/10/2011 1:21 pm by bill1229374231 | Last modified 2/10/2011 2:02 pm by bill1229374231 | 869 views | 3 replies


cms on pages

That is what I figured which means you always have to use the application to do edits unless of course they are outside the area being allowed to edit by the CMS. This also ties the site to a Database. Not that any of that is bad but it does make it hard to advertise the site as portable. Simple sites of about 10 pages should be easily portable so a client could just take all the files and move somewhere else if they wanted to. This makes it hard to do that even if the site was mostly static in nature. But I will say the ability to generate all the pages and code fast is great...saves time. I would be interested to see if it produces CSS files too or does it just create that in the head of all the pages?


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