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I've been looking into various options and it looks like I have a very steep learning curve getting to grips with php, although the option is there to outsource the database construction and scripting. I would much sooner learn how to do this as it will hopefully be another string to my bow and we could offer more in the way of dynamic websites.
A friend has directed me towards Zope and so far I've only glanced at the site, but would be interested to hear if anyone has used it or has any feedback on it.
Any other suggestions will be equally greatfully accepted!
a server supporting frontpage extensions can handle such a database, if unfamiliar with the likes of ZOPE. FP can automatically create the editable feature, really leaving you little work to finish it off, just make the DB and know the SQL.
rc, I believe ciml has mentioned ZOPE to me before, though dont know if he has been using it....."python" is the word of the day for me at the mo :)
My thoughts on Zope: Easy to use. However, I've not tried any other system. I'm happy to try and answer any questions that you might have about it.
Woo Hoo! A life-line. Thanks clarey.
As I understand it, there are somewhat ready-made "models" of zope pre-customized for different generalized tasks. Did you start with the Content Management Framework [cmf.zope.org]?