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Thread: updating a site

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    updating a site

    Hello, Im new to this forum and new to page building. Im currently using dreamweaver and am currently building a News Gaming site - it will need updating everyday and is going to be a pretty big site.
    How is the best way to build a site so it can be updated at least 3 times a day??

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    I would go with a server-side link indexing system
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    Ideally, a server-side system of some description is ideal (a general content management system is probbaly what you need). This will either be based on PHP or ASP -- depending on your server and your preferences. If your server doesn't offer any server-side languages, then it's likely to be time to look for a new server if you have a large project -- they won't be able to support it otherwise.

    If this really isn't an option, then you're quite simple going to struggle. Dreamweaver is a good option for site management - build the site around a set of templates and minimise the amount of effort required to add or update a new page. But even with the help of something as powerful as dreamweaver, that's not going to be particularly easy.


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