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  1. #41
    jeff
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    > <snips>
    >50 pages in Fusion as a limit? That's absurd.
    >
    >--
    >Chuck Joslin - Team NetObjects
    >BeyondFusion.com - Your Fusion Community
    >www.beyondfusion.com
    >


    You're missing the point.
    If you build a site where you expext to have a ton of pages in the future, the
    only reason not to start out with a dynamic DB driven site instead of static is
    ignorance.

  2. #42
    jeff
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    >Just a quick example - http://www.paguard.com/content/recruits


    nice

    >While NOF is not a development environment for dynamic DB code, it is great
    >as an assembly tool for your code.
    >


    That I can pretty much agree with.
    But then again, if I'm doing a site using ASP.NET W/code behind, that leaves NOF
    unusable. VS.NET, Dreamweaver, and even FrontPage can handle it, but not NOF.

  3. #43
    jeff
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    >Now let's get back to
    >blaming the victim and worshiping
    >our choosen tool.
    >


    Kind of reminds me of one of my favorite jokes

    http://www.turbofish.com/TheBeginningOfALongFlight.jpg

  4. #44
    Ian
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    Is that what happened in your case?

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    "jeff" <jeff.turbofish@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:dlffrb$1r74@news01.netobjects.com...
    >> <snips>
    >>50 pages in Fusion as a limit? That's absurd.
    >>
    >>--
    >>Chuck Joslin - Team NetObjects
    >>BeyondFusion.com - Your Fusion Community
    >>www.beyondfusion.com
    >>

    >
    > You're missing the point.
    > If you build a site where you expext to have a ton of pages in the future,
    > the
    > only reason not to start out with a dynamic DB driven site instead of
    > static is
    > ignorance.




  5. #45
    Mark Reed
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    "jeff" <jeff.turbofish@gmail.com> wrote in
    news:dlfjp4$1tl4@news01.netobjects.com:

    > That I can pretty much agree with.
    > But then again, if I'm doing a site using ASP.NET W/code behind, that
    > leaves NOF unusable. VS.NET, Dreamweaver, and even FrontPage can
    > handle it, but not NOF.


    Yep...I agree on that aspect... which is why those designing sites need
    multiple tools... if you are doing high end dynamic work, you wont use
    Fusion... just like if you are authoring a novel, you wont use notepad.

    There is no "end all" solution that will handle everything.. no "swiss
    army knife" of the webdesign world.

    Build a solid toolbox based upon your needs.

    http://www.fusionmagic.com/html/designresources.html has a few resources
    listed, and we are currently overhauling it to reflect many more "tools"
    to consider. Look for the updated page in the next few days.

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  6. #46
    Mark Reed
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    "jeff" <jeff.turbofish@gmail.com> wrote in news:dlfjur$1r78
    @news01.netobjects.com:

    > http://www.turbofish.com/TheBeginningOfALongFlight.jpg




    hahaha great cartoon!



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  7. #47
    Chuck «BeyondFusion»
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    Hugo,

    As Mark Reed said...Fusion is a great shell for housing PHP code.

    I never use the DB Component, but virtually every site I do includes PHP and
    usually with a MySQL backend.

    Visit the resources page on BeyondFusion. You'll find a link to my
    Fusion/PHP/MySQL tutorials there.

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    "Hugo Snellen" <hugo@aspara.fr> wrote in message
    news:dlf801$1p23@news01.netobjects.com...
    > Apperently you have the experience Jeff.
    > How have you integreted PHP/MySQL int NOF?
    > I am studying on how to attack this way of working.
    > TIA
    >
    > "jeff" <jeff.turbofish@gmail.com> a écrit dans le message de news:
    > dla1g9$t6h7@news01.netobjects.com...
    >> On 11/13/2005 7:25:49 AM, "Marc" wrote:
    >>>Version 9 sucks!!! It uses ALL my memory resources and blocks my PC!!!
    >>>
    >>>Ok, I have a huge site (1300 pages),
    >>> <snips>

    >>
    >> Once you get above oh lets say, 50 pages, it's time to start redo your
    >> site with
    >> MySQL/MS-SQL, PHP/ASP. This is not the fault of NOF, this is the fault of
    >> the
    >> developer. A site with 1300 static pages is a mind numbingly bad idea.
    >> Heck, I
    >> shutter to think what that would be like to load 1300 pages in my fast
    >> text
    >> editor.
    >>

    >
    >




  8. #48
    jeff
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    On 11/16/2005 9:45:56 AM, "Ian" wrote:
    >Is that what happened in your case?
    >
    >--
    >Ian
    >1AHost
    >


    Would you care to give me an example of 'my case'?

    I have sites that run ASP.NET/MS-SQL, and I also have sites that are nothing but
    static pages.


  9. #49
    jeff
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    >There is no "end all" solution that will handle everything.. no "swiss
    >army knife" of the webdesign world.
    ><snips>


    The key difference: web design vs. web programming.

    I really suck at web design but am much more involved in the web programming/web
    applications

  10. #50
    Ian
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    I think your quote was :

    If you build a site where you expect to have a ton of pages in the future,
    the
    only reason not to start out with a dynamic DB driven site instead of static
    is
    ignorance.

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    "jeff" <jeff.turbofish@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:dlfnle$1tl11@news01.netobjects.com...
    > On 11/16/2005 9:45:56 AM, "Ian" wrote:
    >>Is that what happened in your case?
    >>
    >>--
    >>Ian
    >>1AHost
    >>

    >
    > Would you care to give me an example of 'my case'?
    >
    > I have sites that run ASP.NET/MS-SQL, and I also have sites that are
    > nothing but
    > static pages.
    >




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