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Looking for a good website dev site



Madrox
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I'm trying to find a good website dev site. I've looked at Volusion and a few others but none of them fit exactly. Anyone use anything else? I dont have the knowledge to build it myself nor the budget to pay someone to do it based on some quotes I've gotten. Any ideas?


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POSTED ON: October 25, 2007 @ 08:50 GMT -7




E-junkieChef
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What do you mean by a "website dev site"? Like a CMS?


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POSTED ON: October 25, 2007 @ 10:37 GMT -7




Madrox
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Not sure what CMS stands for but basically a site that I can make online and keep online even though I lack any programming knowledge to do it in Frontpage or Dreamweaver for example.

Shoppingcartsplus and Volusion are good examples of doing both front and back end, or so I call it that. Please correct me if im wrong but ejunkie looks like a great solution for the back end estore part of it but there is no option to make the front end with it?


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POSTED ON: October 25, 2007 @ 11:47 GMT -7




E-junkieChef
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Those are fullblown storefront solutions. You need a simpler CMS (content manangement system) to build your site in which you use E-junkie cart.

One such system is http://www.textpattern.com/. That said, more people are into using blogs software for their websites like http://www.wordpress.org


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POSTED ON: October 25, 2007 @ 11:53 GMT -7




Madrox
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Ah yes then that is what I was meaning. I am also looking at wordpress templates and will def check out textpattern as well. I will have to go with the option that takes the least amount of code knowledge :)

I appreciate the information.


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POSTED ON: October 25, 2007 @ 12:09 GMT -7




Tamara
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Did you take a look at Rapid Weaver?


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POSTED ON: November 8, 2007 @ 13:14 GMT -7




E-junkieChef
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That does not replace a CMS


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POSTED ON: November 8, 2007 @ 13:19 GMT -7




Barry
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I use Site Build It. It provides hosting, concept and theme development, and essentially a step-by-step guide to bulding a site and creating traffic. They have a blockbuilding component if you don't know any HTML, or you can upload your own HTML from any program. It's worked well for me as someone who did not know much to start. I've learned a lot as I've gone along as well.


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POSTED ON: November 9, 2007 @ 07:23 GMT -7




upandunder
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Try webpage maker, its simple to use and can edit html if you want and all for $40.00
also try joomla CMS free software but harder to use.


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POSTED ON: April 22, 2008 @ 15:43 GMT -7


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