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  1. #51
    jeff
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    Default Re: Fusion 9 memory problem!

    On 11/16/2005 10:59:48 AM, "Ian" wrote:
    >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.
    >
    >--
    >Ian
    >1AHost
    >


    Trust me, I know what I posted. It is your post that doesn't make much sense.

  2. #52
    LWD
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    Default Re: Fusion 9 memory problem!

    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    (I can't remember if this has come up...this thread is so long.) (-;
    <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

    Having a memory leak, Chuck?

    (sorry, couldn't resist)

    L.



  3. #53
    Marc
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    Default Re: Fusion 9 memory problem!

    > I haven't been using NOF since ver 1 like you but have been since ver 4
    > and seem to recall it being mentioned every once in a while that NOF is
    > really a professional mid size business application. Huge sites of 1500
    > pages can make it choke and you have been fortunate up till now. As many
    > have indicated here, in diverse ways, a database driven website would be
    > easier all around. However the expense, time and knowledge required may be
    > too much for you at the moment so put the project aside and get through
    > your busy season.


    Hi Martin,

    thanks for your sympathy.

    The problem is that with the last updates of version 8, I had the same
    problems!!!

    The first version 8 was ok, but then with the updates all got worse... Maybe
    they already used the version 9 technology... :-))

    thanks anyway,

    marc



  4. #54
    Chuck «BeyondFusion»
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    Default Re: Fusion 9 memory problem!

    Or maybe your huge nod file got corrupted over the years.

    In the past, have you re-optimized the site from time to time? (I can't
    remember if this has come up...this thread is
    so long.) (-;
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    "Marc" <marc@herms.it> wrote in message
    news:dlghv2$21j2@news01.netobjects.com...
    >> I haven't been using NOF since ver 1 like you but have been since ver 4
    >> and seem to recall it being mentioned every once in a while that NOF is
    >> really a professional mid size business application. Huge sites of 1500
    >> pages can make it choke and you have been fortunate up till now. As many
    >> have indicated here, in diverse ways, a database driven website would be
    >> easier all around. However the expense, time and knowledge required may
    >> be too much for you at the moment so put the project aside and get
    >> through your busy season.

    >
    > Hi Martin,
    >
    > thanks for your sympathy.
    >
    > The problem is that with the last updates of version 8, I had the same
    > problems!!!
    >
    > The first version 8 was ok, but then with the updates all got worse...
    > Maybe they already used the version 9 technology... :-))
    >
    > thanks anyway,
    >
    > marc
    >
    >




  5. #55
    Chuck «BeyondFusion»
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    Default Re: Fusion 9 memory problem!

    Ouch. (-;

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    "LWD" <NO**SPAM!!***lucdix**@**jamDOTrrDOTcom> wrote in message
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    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    > (I can't remember if this has come up...this thread is so long.) (-;
    > <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
    >
    > Having a memory leak, Chuck?
    >
    > (sorry, couldn't resist)
    >
    > L.
    >
    >




  6. #56
    Jeff
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    Default Re: Fusion 9 memory problem!

    "Mark Reed" <mreed@fusionmagic.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns971059B0D1280mreedfusionmagiccom@64.69.219 .245...
    > "jeff" <jeff.turbofish@gmail.com> wrote in
    > news:dlfcrd$1r72@news01.netobjects.com:
    >
    >> It's just a question you would have to ask before working with NOF. As
    >> I have stated many times before, NOF has it's place, dynamic DB sites
    >> is not one of them

    >
    > I have to disagree... NOF is great for developing the shell for housing
    > your ASP/PHP code and letting it feed that shell. Many people here have
    > dymanic sites where they used fusion to create the look and feel, then
    > inserted their own code for the dynamic aspect.


    I have to disagree with this. Fusion is great for laying out pages quickly
    with its WYSIWYG interface, great for managing the structure of a site due
    to its site view, etc. But its strength is not and has never been clean and
    easy to edit html. Thus, if you're simply making a template to be used to
    house dynamic asp/php database generated content, I think you would end up
    with a better product using dreamweaver or another tool to craft more
    percise and clean html.

    > Just a quick example - http://www.paguard.com/content/recruits
    > not quite as dynamic as some, but it illustrates that nof can be used
    > nicely in conjunction with your own dynamic code.
    >
    > While NOF is not a development environment for dynamic DB code, it is
    > great
    > as an assembly tool for your code.
    >
    > --
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    > FusionMagic - building better designs...pixel by pixel
    >
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  7. #57
    Marc
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    Default Re: Fusion 9 memory problem!

    > Or maybe your huge nod file got corrupted over the years.
    >
    > In the past, have you re-optimized the site from time to time? (I can't
    > remember if this has come up...this thread is
    > so long.) (-;



    Actually, NOT... never re-optimized it, because I never read the fucking
    manual! :-) and I didn´t even know this feature exists... :-)

    I re-optimized it only with version 8 before exporting the template, because
    it was written in the instructions how to move from 8 to 9.

    thanks,
    marc



  8. #58
    Ian
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    Default Re: Fusion 9 memory problem!

    Good choice of words. Not in front of the children please. This is a public
    newsgroup.

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    "Marc" <marc@herms.it> wrote in message
    news:dlnmj0$3ci5@news01.netobjects.com...
    >> Or maybe your huge nod file got corrupted over the years.
    >>
    >> In the past, have you re-optimized the site from time to time? (I can't
    >> remember if this has come up...this thread is
    >> so long.) (-;

    >
    >
    > Actually, NOT... never re-optimized it, because I never read the fucking
    > manual! :-) and I didn´t even know this feature exists... :-)
    >
    > I re-optimized it only with version 8 before exporting the template,
    > because it was written in the instructions how to move from 8 to 9.
    >
    > thanks,
    > marc
    >
    >




  9. #59
    Rev. Mike
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    Default Re: Fusion 9 memory problem!

    Could you please refrain from using vulgaity
    Many people have tried to help you and your
    responses are such that you get mad at everyone
    for trying to help or implying you could have broken
    the site up in 4 or 5 different nods. (of which I agree).
    Everyone that has replied to you just wanted to help
    you out.

    A word of advice... Stop belittling others, being rude and
    using vulgarity or you will eventually be placed on everyone's
    ignore list



    "Marc" <marc@herms.it> wrote in message
    news:dlnmj0$3ci5@news01.netobjects.com...
    >> Or maybe your huge nod file got corrupted over the years.
    >>
    >> In the past, have you re-optimized the site from time to time? (I can't
    >> remember if this has come up...this thread is
    >> so long.) (-;

    >
    >
    > Actually, NOT... never re-optimized it, because I never read the fucking
    > manual! :-) and I didn´t even know this feature exists... :-)
    >
    > I re-optimized it only with version 8 before exporting the template,
    > because it was written in the instructions how to move from 8 to 9.
    >
    > thanks,
    > marc
    >
    >




  10. #60
    Marc
    Guest

    Default Re: Fusion 9 memory problem!

    > Good choice of words. Not in front of the children please. This is a
    > public newsgroup.
    >


    sorry, I thought RTFM is a known expression, even in newsgroups, since it´s
    widely used.

    Sorry again, marc



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