Christie Mason wrote: > Christie Mason wrote: > >> If DW's not desired then set up a blank template file and use that for >> creating new pages and use SSI for navigation, header, footer etc. To >> > keep > >> layout flexible, that's what CSS is for. >> >> > Hi. The problem starts right in where using SSI for navigation! Please > read my newly write article to find why it's not feasible for 3-level > navigation: > http://www.zhangweiwu.name/081111.html > > CM replies > Guess I'm being dense, or there's a PHP situation that's different than > ASP/.net 'cause I dynamically generate navigation from dbs into an include > file all the time with no problem. > Me neither. (I also never had problem generating navigation from DB). Sorry I didn't follow your suggestion not because it's incorrect programming. It is because it is programming. Please understand I don't hate programming (you can tell that by the fact I wrote other programs posted on this list). I just thought about it and considered programming not a required knowledge for web designer (not web developer) working on mid-small size web projects. I could be wrong, but I really know some people who started web design career without knowing programming at all and I am thinking maybe I can help my grilfriend starts also without programming, and thinking from a programmer knowledge I should be able to tell how things can be done without programming. CMS for her is a way to avoid programming, not a way to do programming. That's why I am thinking either CMS or static XHTML/CSS/SSI methods.