A site might be more than just Zope, it could be a whole of bunch of servers
applications etc. For example an e-commerce section written in say Perl, or
streaming audio from some other server or some fancy.

Most stuff 90% of sites do can be done in Zope and ZServer is great for
that. To serve from ZServer I think files have to be in Zope (but I might be
wrong on that)...

As ever it depends...

----- Original Message -----
From: "michael montagne" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Thursday, July 06, 2000 6:49 AM
Subject: [Zope] Re:Web Site newbie


> Tremendous reply!!  Just what I needed.  I'm curious about one thing tho.
> <If you don't need a regular web server (for serving files outside of
Zope),
> stick with the built-in ZServer. >
> Does this mean that I have to have all my files in the zope folder?
> Wouldn't I want to do that anyway?  Can you elaborate?
> I'd like to stick with the Zserver if I can but I don't want to run into
any
> road blocks too soon down the road.
> -mjm
>


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