i got my site up (http://homepage.ntlworld.com/simon.grinham) but now i need a way ofputting news on the site, is there an easier way than just editing the website?
Most likely, a simple CMS (Content Management System). There are millions of them out there. The first thing you need to know is, what Server Side Language does your host support? PHP, ASP, JSP, .NET, CGI-Perl, Ruby, Python, ect.?
Last edited by MstrBob; 02-19-2006 at 12:23 PM.
"Pythong"? Is that what sexy snakes are wearing these days?
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This is why I can't wait until Firefox 2.0 and it's rumored inline Spell Checking...
Originally Posted by NogDog
err.... how do i tell? i'm using ntlworld
Originally Posted by MstrBob
Asking is an incredibly good bet.
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Assuming you have a solid server-side language at your hands, a good place to start would be <http://opensourcecms.com>
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