We have a CSS based CMS, have a look at it's various implementations,
where it has to be noted that we are running all of them from the same
database and the same pages (a simple configuration can switch between
There is a little bit of proprietary stuff for each and every one of
them, which ideally comes from the database, or else it is just hidden
in the other sites. We are currently working on some more
implementations for clients.
Christian Heilmann wrote:
>I hinted for some time now, that I was working on a ZenGarden-type
>site that simulates a CMS environment.
>CSS Zen Garden did and does a tremendous job in educating web
>designers in the ways of CSS and showed that you can completely
>redesign one HTML document with different style sheets.
>Now it is time we did the same for the enterprise level market, where
>high level CMS vendors still consider CSS too hard or not flexible
>enough to maintain the style of pages based on different templates and
>with varying content.
>Therefore I started the CSS Toolshed, and will go live with the site soon.
>The CSS tool shed is a CMS simulation that has:
>- A set of 4 templates for main page layout
>- Different content in the main content slot on each reload - the
>content will be different short articles on CSS and web development.
>So far only my entry is the only one: http://csstoolshed.com/showtime.php
>(Click through the different menus to see the different templates -
>top menu, left hand menu, bottom menu)
>I am very ready to go live with this, but I need some demo styles beforehand.
>With a variety of styles the impact can be a lot bigger than just with
>my sorry example.
>So, who is up for providing more initial styles?
>You can download the 4 sample templates and the blank css files
>together with a template guide and submission guidelines:
>Put the final CSS files on your server and send them to me directly or
>via the submission form: http://csstoolshed.com/ouhpickme.php
>Thanks, and hopefully this will become a good resource for developers
>who cannot control the markup they have to style to the extend the
>ZenGarden allowed us to.
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