[thelist] MM contribute and competitors

J Nicholas Tolson websherpa at gmail.com
Tue Oct 12 16:04:11 CDT 2004

I have not personally used this, but I have a client who uses it and
know of a company that integrates it into many of their sites. They
like it. It seems right for you, since it seems all that is required
is placing a few tags in the html to let the editor know what it has
control over. However, these tags may mess with validation, so...



On Tue, 12 Oct 2004 13:13:19 -0500, Sam Foster <sam at sam-i-am.com> wrote:
> I have a client on a limited budget in need of a way to maintain their
> website. Contribute looks like a good fit, are there good alternatives I
> should also be considering?
> The site is already built, so retrofitting needs to be minimal. Its
> validating xhtml, and built to be highly accessible (this is an
> AIR-Austin entry: http://www.knowbility.org/air-austin/ ) .. and it
> needs to stay that way.
> Maintenance needs are faily typical - weekly or so news/events updates,
> occassional page edits/additions elsewhere, and perhaps annual additions
> of new sections. This is a non-profit so I'd rather not burden them with
> a big price tag, on the other hand I'm unable to commit a lot of time to
> set up a CMS solution on their server.
> What do you do?
> thanks
> Sam
> -i-am
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