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    what's the easiest way to update a website for a client

    QUICKLY?

    And how many of you believe that you should build or use a CMS for a client, and leave that client alone to update his/her site...

    while others think that it's good to do monthly maintenance on their website?

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    Quote Originally Posted by samsoner View Post
    QUICKLY?
    WORK FASTER!
    And how many of you believe that you should build or use a CMS for a client, and leave that client alone to update his/her site...
    It all depends on basic common-sense considerations such as the client's ability and willingness to maintain the site themselves, how often it's updated and by how many users, and so on.

    Cheers,
    D.

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    If they're only going to update their site once or twice a year, there may not be much need for a CMS and you can do it for them.

    If you have a lot of sites that will require regular updating, then best to find a CMS that suits you and the majority of your clients' sites and get to learn it so that you can turn around sites quickly while at the same adding new features if required. I personally use ExpressionEngine.

    If you're looking for a fairly basic CMS for those clients who want to update their site on a semi-regular basis but can't afford, or don't the need all the features of a fully-fledged CMS, you might want to look at CushyCMS.


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