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    I've taken a look at http://sarahlongnecker.com/, this looks excellent. Is this ran by a CMS or blog software like Wordpress? I'd love to know how to create a site like this, the graphics are great.

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    rawkinrich100 - It's an Expression Engine site, built by the totally awesome FortySevenMedia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustMagicMaria View Post
    rawkinrich100 - It's an Expression Engine site, built by the totally awesome FortySevenMedia.
    Very impressive - I need to find a course to be able to create attractive sites like this

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    I would not bother with a CMS in many cases, Most high quality websites are coded from scratch and then have the CMS wrapped around the design

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexDawson View Post
    I would not bother with a CMS in many cases, Most high quality websites are coded from scratch and then have the CMS wrapped around the design
    I've always hard-coded my sites, they haven't been big/complex enough to run on a CMS. I should spend some time trying CMS's out - I'm sure I could save a lot of time if I could get used to one.

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    hmmmmm.

    This is an interesting thread. I am somewhat of a novice, but I had always though that you wanted to put a headers first, then nav, then content. unless the document itself only contains content about one subject ( as of yet I have never had to do a page like that). readers/screen readers will always have to sift to something, no? One would figure it would be quicker to go through a header/navigation and confirm you are where you want to be, than have to sit through content that turns out NOT to be what you desired, before you can get to way to navigate towards what you want.


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