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comment What is the best way to allow a non-coding designer to design intranet web pages?
So you're saying it's a bad idea to install Joomla on a .NET box? Microsoft has a Joomla download and I installed it on her PC for testing, and it was a pain in the *** and required a lot of supporting apps. Kinda leary about installing it on the server.
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comment What is the best way to allow a non-coding designer to design intranet web pages?
She has a friend who uses Joomla an their IT department installed it for her so that is there that came from. Sounds like a good plan and I will check out ES. Thanks for the link!
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comment What is the best way to allow a non-coding designer to design intranet web pages?
Thank you for the links. I could create the site that she constructs, but they want her to be able to edit the site without going through me since I am not always available (I am also involved in IT support).
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comment What is the best way to allow a non-coding designer to design intranet web pages?
That is correct. I am one of the developers, and if it were up to me, I'd stick with what we have. :) However, they want the graphic designer to reo the main page and update the page on the fly without having to contact IT first. I am perfectly content with the site we have now, it has functionality, but they are looking for something more "visually attractive".
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comment What is the best way to allow a non-coding designer to design intranet web pages?
She took a class in web design. I believe she used Dream Weaver in the class but she wants to use software which will allow her to use Joomla templates. I'll have to see if she can export these templates into some third party app and then export into HTML when she is finished. I though there might be an easier way which is why I thought I'd throw this topic out there in case anyone else has run into it. I will also need to figure out a way to let her edit the site as needed without involving IT
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comment What is the best way to allow a non-coding designer to design intranet web pages?
@horon_psprep - All of the above. The site is fairly vanilla as it stands right now.
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comment What is the best way to allow a non-coding designer to design intranet web pages?
That's kinda what I was thinking but wanted to make sure that I am on the right track and there are no drawbacks that I'm not thinking of before spending the money. Also willing to consider other options in case there are any better ideas :)
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comment What is the best way to allow a non-coding designer to design intranet web pages?
No, she just wants to design a web page using another software app without any code (something like Joomla and/or Artisteer)
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asked What is the best way to allow a non-coding designer to design intranet web pages?