[Pro] Expression Engine

I did this site for a client, driven by EE using freeway templates. I learned a lot from this venture that I can use in my next EE/FW site.

http://pacwestsfs.org

Bill

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From: Joe Muscara
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Sent: May 29, 2009 07:19

Walter nailed it.

A content management system (CMS) separates the content from the design. This allows you to have a site where your client can update it without you having to input the updates for them, and minimizes the risk of them breaking your design.

If you look at the new (current) version of the Softpress site, it’s all driven by ExpressionEngine, but it looks like a regular site. All of the content is managed by EE, and it allows multiple people to manage the content of the site. They should be able to add whole sections of content without having to make changes in Freeway.

Another example of this is all of the EllisLab sites. They are the makers of EE and I believe all of their sites are powered by EE.

There are other examples linked from this page on my site.

http://t2studios.com/freeway/more.php?id=76_0_1_0_M


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