[Pro] Blog?

I’m trying to determine what type of blog technology I want to go with. I’ve sort of narrowed my choices to Pulse and Wordpress, but I am open to other ideas. Whatever I chose will need to integrate seamlessly with Freeway Pro, since that’s my website development software of choice.

Any advice or examples are greatly appreciated.


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I’m trying to determine what type of blog technology I want to go with. I’ve sort of narrowed my choices to Pulse and Wordpress, but I am open to other ideas. Whatever I chose will need to integrate seamlessly with Freeway Pro, since that’s my website development software of choice.

If you plan to build your own WP template from scratch with FW you have a fair bit of work ahead of you. Perch has a decent and lightweight blog option that would be easier to get up and running with FW.

Todd

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Actually, if I went the WP route, I was simply going to link to a WP document using an existing WP template. I looked at Perch, but I really want everything to reside on my client’s servers.


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Perch would reside on your clients servers.

David

On 12 Feb 2012, at 17:26, “RavenManiac” email@hidden wrote:

I looked at Perch, but I really want everything to reside on my client’s servers.


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Doesn’t Pulse have blog capability?


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Actually, if I went the WP route, I was simply going to link to a WP document using an existing WP template.

If you’re using a WP template that presumably was not built with FW then how does FW fit into the picture?

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No, I’m not using a WP template. I’m using Freeway Pro and I’m designing a built-from-scratch website for a new client.

However, I want to incorporate a blog, which Freeway Pro doesn’t do, so I’m considering another technology for just the blog component of the site (i.e Pulse, WP, or maybe even Perch).

I was looking for a little guidance, but perhaps I’ll just try one and see what happens.


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Perch would integrate with FreewayPro - you can design the blog template from within freeway and have perch power it - - you log in to the perch admin to enter the post, save, and it appears in your front end fw generated page.

Once you know what to do its quite straight forward. And it all resides on your client servers.

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On 13 Feb 2012, at 00:56, “RavenManiac” email@hidden wrote:

No, I’m not using a WP template. I’m using Freeway Pro and I’m designing a built-from-scratch website for a new client.

However, I want to incorporate a blog, which Freeway Pro doesn’t do, so I’m considering another technology for just the blog component of the site (i.e Pulse, WP, or maybe even Perch).

I was looking for a little guidance, but perhaps I’ll just try one and see what happens.


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