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updateable web sites

Hi there

I'm looking for some code that will enable me to create a updateable web
site. So when I design a the front end all I need to do is drop in some
server variables on the html pages and the asp code does the rest via a
database.
The code would be portable therefore small changes will allow me to apply to
many sites, ideally it should also contain a text editor.Is this feasible ?
I've looked at cms, but this doesn't seem to give enough flexibility or am I
missing something ? and finally asp.net has some sort of portal system
(matrix), how does this fit in ?
For the moment I think the best way forward is this code (or framework) that
will enable the client to update, until a better sollution.

Any ideas (and code) would be appreciated.

thanks
raj
Jul 19 '05 #1
1 1350

I have built a couple of similar sites, and just built 20 page types
with about 3 layouts of each ... then had the design greatly
controlled by css and dynamically writing the image names and files to
use from the data.

This is a VERY large project. There may be some 3rd party software for
this. I am getting ready to start on another such project myself.

Brynn


On Tue, 13 Jan 2004 13:39:26 -0000, "raj chahal"
<so*****@nonexistant.com> wrote:
Hi there

I'm looking for some code that will enable me to create a updateable web
site. So when I design a the front end all I need to do is drop in some
server variables on the html pages and the asp code does the rest via a
database.
The code would be portable therefore small changes will allow me to apply to
many sites, ideally it should also contain a text editor.Is this feasible ?
I've looked at cms, but this doesn't seem to give enough flexibility or am I
missing something ? and finally asp.net has some sort of portal system
(matrix), how does this fit in ?
For the moment I think the best way forward is this code (or framework) that
will enable the client to update, until a better sollution.

Any ideas (and code) would be appreciated.

thanks
raj


I participate in the group to help give examples of code. I do not guarantee the effects of any code posted. Test all code before use!

Brynn
www.coolpier.com
Jul 19 '05 #2

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