On Jan 6, 2013, at 12:52 PM, Silvio Siefke <siefke_lis...@web.de> wrote:
> On Sun, 6 Jan 2013 11:36:39 -0500
> Tedd Sperling <t...@sperling.com> wrote:
>> So, where does that leave a "Web Developer?" It leaves them with the 
>> responsibility to learn and apply what they learned to their craft. 
>> Is there an easy way out, such as to use a certain framework, or CMS, 
>> or other such attempts at minimizing the work involved? The answer is 
>> a simple  "No".
> I simply asked a question, nothing more, nothing less. I looked for an 
> alternative. I do not need a web developer. I'm not a web developer. 
> I manage a few sites, most of my Customers are hosting customers.

No offense meant, but therein lies the problem. Two fold:

1. You asked a question without the intent to learn and practice.

2. By your own admission, you are not a web developer and as such you cannot 
use our advice.

This is similar to me asking about brain-surgery -- I don't know much about it, 
but I would be very reluctant to operate.

You also said:

> I'm just wondering, why write an email to the matter is insignificant.

On that point, I must agree -- I probably should not have answered. I should 
have seen you were having difficulties understanding what was being offered and 
passed on my contribution -- my apologies.

I also realize there is a language problem here -- while I cannot speak your 
language, what you say in mine and my replies, may be misinterpreted -- but in 
any case, no offense was meant.

I wish you well.



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