Web framework for static pages
On Tue, Aug 13, 2019 at 4:12 PM Morten W. Petersen <morphex at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Joel.
> I don't disagree with what you're saying, but is there a documented way of making Django produce a neat set of static pages?
> It would be nice to use a web application framework to create pages, because it would after that be easy to add a little bit of logic if a customer wants it. A contact form, an order form, etc.
Django has a feature called static pages.. I'm not up to the latest,
but check that you. Perhaps it will work for you
> Zope/Plone has its own set of features and applications I know well, if a customer wants a dynamic website with a lot of logic (dynamic pages).
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> tir. 13. aug. 2019, 21.08 skrev Joel Goldstick <joel.goldstick at gmail.com>:
>> On Tue, Aug 13, 2019 at 2:46 PM DL Neil <PythonList at danceswithmice.info> wrote:
>> > On 14/08/19 2:26 AM, Grant Edwards wrote:
>> > > On 2019-08-13, Jon Ribbens via Python-list <python-list at python.org> wrote:
>> > >
>> > >> If it's really that small then it sounds like what you are looking for
>> > >> is known as a "text editor".
>> > >
>> > > Bah. Kids these days.
>> > >
>> > > $ cat > index.hmtl
>> > [roaring with laughter]
>> > Oh come now. Surely a person with your depth of experience realises that
>> > all cats have moved to Facebook and YouTube, leaving their HTML in
>> > yesterday's litter box?
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>> pardon my drive by comment, but this is close to trolling. Whatever
>> is offered is shot down. XHTML seems to have been a road that went
>> nowhere because the browser makers didn't like it. HTML5 seemed to be
>> a big step forward. I used a program called Citydesk a long time ago
>> that I think could do what the op might like. But its long gone. I
>> think django could be used to make static pages quite easily. Its not
>> hard to learn, and in the event your client wants more, django can do
>> that too
>> Joel Goldstick