[thelist] CMS

Michael Mell mike at nthwave.net
Thu May 2 11:26:01 CDT 2002

The nthWave Elements tool enables the html programmer to identify site
elements and to specify them hierarchically. Deeper nested elements
override top level elements of the same name.

Content elements are easily edited by non-technical people.

Elements can be dynamically generated using Python scripts. Elements
handles XML and has the full Python Library available to it.

Elements only generates static pages, but has been used successfully to
generate PHP files.

Elements is strictly for the hand-coder. Beginning a new site or
converting an existing site to the Elements format is simple and the
learning curve gentle.

Elements is DonorWare.



Kent Leahy-Trill wrote:

> I know little of Content Management Systems for clients to update
> info within a website without getting near the code.
> What are the least expensive options and what are their limitations?
> And how much time setting up do they need?
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