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Re: to php or not... continued

 On Sun, Mar 9, 2008 at 2:28 PM, Stephen Adler <[hidden email]> wrote: 
> Guys, 
>  I've started down the path of looking at cherrypy and cheetha for the 
>  two web content management tools. I'll probably use django for my object 
>  wrapping so that I can talk to a database. So far so good. I havn't 
>  plugged into Turbogears or Pylons which is supposed to be the front to 
>  back web service development framework, basically just for the lack of time. 
>  But, I sort of see the way the ball is bouncing. All this leads to the 
>  MVC pattern... (I hate this acronym stuff...) which is what I had in 
>  mind to begin with when setting up this project. With cheetha, I can 
>  very nicely split up all my web content and design into separate 
>  template files, so my web site will start by looking ugly as hell, but 
>  will have all the functionality I want. I'm all thumbs when it comes to 
>  making a website look nice. So, what I see in the future is that I'm 
>  going to need the help of a good graphic artist or some such person who 
>  can take my pile of template files, and fix it up so that my web service 
>  has a professional polish. I don't need someone to deal with the 
>  database, or structure of the web site, since I'll have that fully under 
>  control. All I'll need is the eye candy component. 
>  So, I would assume there must be a full industry of people who make web 
>  sites look nice. Can someone give me a point of how to get a hold of 
>  these people to get an idea of how much it would cost to hire someone to 
>  fix up my web site? 
>  Thanks. Cheers. Steve. 

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