Content Management System

At it's core, websites are made up of 2 parts: the content (including text and images) and the layout. To edit content on flat, non-dynamic sites clients would have access to all the code of the page. Forget to close a single div tag and everything could break.

Content management systems separate content and layouts by using databases and templates. The content - editable via a backend admin site - is saved in a database. The layout - with all the html and php code - builds the pages based on the design and pulls in the content.

AIDSBeat.com 2009

AIDSBeat.com 2009

exclaim solutions inc.
BBS Real Estate Brokerage

BBS Real Estate Brokerage

Dana DiTomaso

Oh this site was fun! They originally wanted to keep updating their data on a 3rd party site (why?) so I had to write php script that would parse through the html generated search results to get all the property info. My script also had to save the info in Expression Engine preserving things like categories and relationships. It wasn't easy but I won in the end.

Metanomics

Metanomics

exclaim solutions inc.
Valentino's Place

Valentino's Place

Dana DiTomaso
Pineview

Pineview

exclaim solutions inc.
Buds Spas & Pools

Buds Spas & Pools

Dana DiTomaso
The Home Staging Studio

The Home Staging Studio

Dana DiTomaso
Mudpies and Daisies

Mudpies and Daisies

Dana DiTomaso
VA Partners

VA Partners

Dana DiTomaso
Bebe Dahl - Sheikh Shack Show Studios

Bebe Dahl - Sheikh Shack Show Studios

Geist Creative
Heming Group

Heming Group

Dana DiTomaso

This site also has a dynamic registration page for travel to meetings, etc.  Based on the username/password the user is directed to a specific subset of documents for that specific destination.  This fun little bit of coding was done without modifying any of the cmsms core code.  These cms' are pretty powerful if you know how to bend it to your will.

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