Drupal -vs- DIY


You say you want to build a website? It must be feature rich, flexible, extensible, powerful, and very web2.0. This is an important site, and you don't want to be locked in to someone else's framework, so you have decided the smartest approach is DIY. You have a small team of very experienced LAMP developers who have track record building successful sites. They've promised to meet your every requirement.

Sliding Doors


I think simple, clear site navigation is important. I've always liked tabbed navigation. But these days it seems folks want to use a lot of fancy javascript and images only to produce navigation tabs that are full of eye candy, but also not very flexible. This is where "sliding doors" comes in.

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