Not necessarily. You could use something like WebYep to insert areas
that the client can edit via a browser. There’s even an Action for it:
I agree with this suggestion. It sounds like it won’t require more than general content refreshing. eSales sites that require larges catalogs of products are not what WebYep is for.
WebYep is very straight forward to come to grips with using Max’s WebYeb Suite, even for novices. There is certainly a cost involved to do so as each domain WebYep is to be used on is charged for the privilege, but the amount is very reasonable. WebYep Suite is sold separately of course.
I think this is a great recommendation, though I have the following questions:
1.) What items can you edit exactly?
2.) Is WebYep something that you can access, edit, operate, and maintain from a PC?
3.) I watched the video. Is there an edit URL or are the square links to the username and password window open to the public? For example, if I hid a square trigger within text that I could press if I wanted to edit that text, will just anyone be able to do that?
Editing a page containing WebYep objects is only dependent on having access from a web browser. The platform the browser is running on is of no importance. There is a requirement that the hosting server is running PHP 4 or 5 in a standard configuration.
The admin login button can be placed anywhere on a page. It can be either visible, or invisible. Access is password protected. A really sophisticated geek might be able to gain access to the special directories WebYep uses, but your site should be safe from everyone else.
You can make a effective shopping site with WebYep. But you need to push it here and there, but it can do quite good things, with a little PHP to help in building customised buy buttons, that push the sales to a shopping cart.
The buttons, differ depending on what WebYep fields the client completes; Add a price, and it creates a buy now, no price an enquire button. Some global values for these buttons are entered in WebYep fields in a separate secure Admin area. And are therefore hidden.
We are shortly adding in the ability to edit page titles, they can already amend keywords and description, all within WebYep. Combine this with the new collapsable menu system, and you’ve got the ability for the client to add lots of products/pages, all keyworded and page titled - a search engine sees as separate pages. WebYep can match much more complex systems if you’re prepared to push it a little.
On 5 Jun 2008, at 00:22, chuckamuck wrote:
eSales sites that require larges catalogs of products are not what WebYep is for.
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