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apletfx
01-29-2003 @ 11:34 PM
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Well this is my first ColdFusion website. I actually learned CF while creating the site. I have alot of plans and ideas for the future sites I do.

Basicly, I set the site up to be administered by the client. all the pages are dynamic. Yes- even the pages that I know will never change. The client requested to be able to change anything on the site at anytime.

In my opinion the site looks a little "Plain" but I guess if the client is happy who cares right?

Oh yeah the link!
http://namormusic.com

Let me know what you think.

MArk Aplet


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02-24-2003 @ 5:49 PM
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Great start in the Cf World Mark.

http://www.ideaz.ca/rez_productions/active_projects/index.htm

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02-24-2003 @ 5:58 PM
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Mark~

Somehow I missed this post until now (sorry about that) - If this is your first CF site, I at least would never know it - it looks great! What some folks might think of as "plain" others like me think of as clean and uncluttered.  I like the look and also like the color choice - a nice departure from the predictable black for a band site. Color me impressed!  Smile  ~megan

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02-24-2003 @ 7:28 PM
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Thanks for the positive feedback, I actually wasn't
even paying attention to it.  I agree that  simple is
sometimes better, however I personaly wanted
some photos on the homepage or something. I
gave my client an admin area and a simple cheat
sheet on HTML but he isn't to comfortable with
adding images.

For me the admin area was my biggest
accomplishment, aside from giving the client the
ability to ad and modify content there are other neet
features behind the scene.  for instance, formated
E-mail to persons who subscribe to his mailing
list, and running reports on visitors.  Itwas really a
learning experience.

Thanks for the feedback,

Mark Aplet



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