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http://www.tikigaqtech.com They gave me one day to come up with a template. What do you think? I love pointers and suggestions, I have been staring at it for the whole day so I have lost all objectivity.

Thanks

A little background - I do subcontract work for these guys, mainly excising the cancer of their past web guy. They have been putting up with a single image website for like 2 years, it was titled 'untitled document' and he couldn't figure out how to change it. UGH!

here is their old website
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Akrabat

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I like it!  Not sure about the relevance of the FAQ questions though.
Xorn725

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I like it too.  Very clean and elegant.  One nit to pick though--it's powered by CMS Made Simple 0.9.2, not CMS Make Simple 9.2!  :-)

-Jason
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One nit to pick though--it's powered by CMS Made Simple 0.9.2, not CMS Make Simple 9.2!


Ha ha, see what I mean about losing objectivity... thanks Xorn725.

I think I will make the footer into an html_blob so it can have a link back to a web-design page with a full writeup about CMSMS.
Xorn725

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Actually, for your templating/blobbing pleasure, there's a plugin that will display the version number for you.  Simply add {cms_version} somewhere and the version number will be displayed (this just prints the version number and nothing else).

-Jason

P.S. I just noticed I need to proofread my posts a little more carefully too.  I wrote "CMS Make SImple" instead of "CMS Made Simple."  D'oh!
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I noticed that your pages were SMHTML. How did you do that instead of PHP? I noticed you did that on most of your websites.
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Add this to your .htaccess file in the wwwroot (or create one)

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#php_flag magic_quotes_gpc Off
#php_flag register_globals Off

# Make sure you have Options FollowSymLinks
# and Allow on
RewriteEngine On

#Rewrites page.shtml as index.php?page
RewriteRule ^(.+)\.shtml$ index.php?page=$1


And change this line in your config.php file from false (that is the default) to true.

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$config['assume_mod_rewrite'] = true;


Viola!

If you have any problems it is possible that the mod-rewrite is not enabled on your server.
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