Hi Michael, I did this for a client's site using Greymatter. You can check out the site at <http://www.michaelkaufman.com>. It was extremely easy, and the client loves it 'cause he travels a lot and can update it from anywhere in the world. Greymatter is very flexible and it's pretty easy to make it look less like a blog and more like the news section of a site. But why would you want to host the script on your site? Are you trying to add a general newsfeed to their site? Or something that they could update? Good luck, Tara -- Tara Cleveland Web Design and Consulting http://www.taracleveland.com > From: Michael Galvin <mgalvin at sourcevisualthinking.ie> > Reply-To: thelist at lists.evolt.org > Date: Wed, 15 May 2002 16:12:47 +0100 > To: theList <thelist at lists.evolt.org> > Subject: [thelist] Blogging a-gogo > > I'd like to give my clients a few options when it comes to updating their > websites, for the time being exclusively for their news pages. Ignoring for > the moment the prospect of a database-driven page or anything involving PHP > or ASP, I figured that some sort of blogging software would suffice just > fine. Obviously, it would need to have a web interface, allow archiving, > etc. I've like to keep them away from blogger.com if possible (too many > suicidal teenagers writing bad poetry) but it does appear to be the most > accessible for computer-phobic clients. > > I have a quick look for Perl scripts and am considering hosting a script on > my company's site which would link to the client's website, and allow them > to post news from our server to theirs. I'm sure this is pie-in-the-sky, > though. > > Any suggestions? > > -- > Michael Galvin > source visual thinking > > -- > For unsubscribe and other options, including > the Tip Harvester and archive of thelist go to: > http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, evolt !