You didn't get my private message, so I'm guessing your away or summat. Here goes - to anyone who can answer! ;-)<br><br>Is news manually inputted, or do you have some kind of web admin interface that powers the news?<br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Is news manually inputted, or do you have some kind of web admin interface that powers the news?<p><hr></blockquote><p>How exactly would that work, a "web admin interface"?<br><br>*Everything* needs to be input, how do you think it gets there??<br><br>
#9738 - 07/17/0212:05 PMRe: To Stan Flack
I mean do Stan & the rest of the MM staffers manually update each page in HTML, and then re-upload the changes, or is there an administrator section for automatic update of pages - a 'back end', if you will.<br><br>
Yep. He wants to know about the front page. A lot of sites (all the ones I make) don't update via FTP. Rather I create a backend form (password protected) and input the data via an HTTP form. It gets socked in a database and then spit up at site delivery. As far as I know there is no database for the front page and no advanced automated system. Maybe a simple perl script to do it but I still doubt it. If there was a pub sys then there would be perma links :P<br><br>-- j o n k n e e --<br>MacMerc.com<br><br>
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