CMS Required?

Hi everyone
I’ve been asked by a new client to add an ‘availability’ page to their website for Self-Catering Cottages. Basic design etc. is no problem and the ‘availability’ page will be a simple table with cells coloured, say blue for available, and yellow for unavailable. Changing the colour from available to unavailable [or viceversa] is all the client needs to do. I’ve had a quick look at WebYep; is this going to be suitable? Or is there a simpler method? It’s the kind of job I do manually myself for my own B&B website but they would like to make their own changes on their website. Of course they have neither a Mac or Freeway!

Any ideas gratefully accepted.
Thanks in advance.
Wild Cottage


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There are various php methods of doing booking/availability calendars - have a look at http://www.hotscripts.com or http://php.resourceindex.com/

David


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… Changing the colour from available to unavailable [or viceversa] is all the client needs to do. I’ve had a quick look at WebYep; is this going to be suitable?

If your client is the only one who needs to edit this, then yes WebYep could do this. You would use the Rich Text element to add a table that could then be edited directly. If you need to make it so that your client’s clients can select and book the cottage themselve, then you will have to use a php based solution as David suggested.


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Thanks Chuckamuck
The website owner is the only one who needs to make changes; they don’t want on-line booking. Thanks for the other links though DeltDave.

I’ll give WebYep a whirl then.

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