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Re: Building a user-maintainable website wrote:
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Works has HTML output options. As it is only a list of dates and times
etc, why not set up a template in Works for her - choose fonts, font
sizes and background colours to suit the original style.


Re: Building a user-maintainable website

Mamboserver is a very good product, however for simple users it is
quite difficult to use. Also creating a template might be a problem.

There is something that might be an interesting alternative, look at
the following URL for a demonstration of how to provide editable

This solution is very easy to use, and also very cheap, and you don't
need installation of any specific software (only ASP enabled website).

(contact me via : )

regards, Allie

Re: Building a user-maintainable website

On 8 Jul 2006 00:37:43 -0700, wrote:

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I just finished doing the same research for a client who only needs to
update a segment of a page on her site with upcoming events and such.
I didn't want to install a 5MB blog package, and she's profoundly
tech-phobic and running an ancient Mac, so I didn't want to try
teaching her the "upload the file that I'm including in this page"

Here's the one I settled on. It's LAMP freeware, not MS/ASP -- just in
case you make the move....


you might need to do some tidying up, code-wise. (I did.) /


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