On Tuesday 16 August 2005 07:04, michael chang wrote:
> *sighs* PHP4, though, requires parsing *EVERY* page as it goes out of
> the server.

No, just the PHP pages. I run mixed sites, and it's quite efficient as 
an Apache module, no significant performance penalty for a HTML page 
parsed through it (ie, no PHP code in it, just named .php or .phtml or 
whatever so that it gets feed to PHP).

> I'm sorry, what's a CMS?

Content Management System (slight variations on the acronym, but the 
idea is common): a way for dumb or busy users to easily manage website 
content. A wiki is a kind of CMS. Zope or Plone are common and more 
typical examples.

Cheers; Leon

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