On 03/03/2014 02:15 PM, Tres Finocchiaro wrote:
Being a "windows user" is a self-inflicted condition

The average windows user brings less to the table.. ...than the average Linux (or Mac) user does.


I don't want to start a war over Operating Systems.


Thanks again for the insight.

I would recommend a CMS personally, but this all depends on who's doing the work as I prefer to use a framework that's already done the heavy lifting in terms of adding content, registration, etc. (also a CMS could just as easily only exist after visiting the main page, but it would be more work to get news/articles/etc to appear that had been created within the CMS).


Nah... not more work just install WP to a /news folder on the server...  (if you want WP as a CMS.. though that is pretty controversial too )
link from the home page to domainname.org/news

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