Posted 11.06.2015 @ 6.33PM
As it stands, no frameworks. Coded from scratch, with the addition of JQuery.
Posted 11.06.2015 @ 12.08AM
I'm looking into possible CMS solutions now, are there any that you'd recommend?
Posted 10.06.2015 @ 10.58PM (Edited 10.06.2015 @ 11.05PM)
I was curious as to how I would/should go about this scenario: You develop a website for a client that includes a gallery. Weeks after publishing, you receive an email from them asking how they upload more pictures to their gallery.
Assuming your client has no knowledge of HTML/CSS & FTP servers, without offering to do it yourself, How would be able to create a system that allows them to upload the photos? Possibly even create a new gallery.
Hopefully this is common problem that has been solved many times before, so any help is appreciated!
Kind Regards, Paul
Posted 29.04.2015 @ 8.57PM
I plan on offering the client both alternatives, either through the same host or through Zoho. The only reason I'm offering Zoho as well, is because it offers all the requirements that my client needs, but for $200 less.
Posted 27.04.2015 @ 12.57AM
I appreciate the reply :) I've decided to go with Zoho for the email accounts as they are able to do everything the client has asked for at the cost of nothing, which is definitely a bonus.
At one point I even considered investing in a reseller hosting account, but I'd be in the negative until I got a few more clients on board, so I've decided to let that idea go for now.
As it stands now, I'm going through Lithium hosting, with the domain name from either namecheap or hover + the email account through Zoho.
I'll let you all know how everything turns out.