Building Small Sites with Webby

Article Source Linux Magazine
June 23, 2009, 1:46 pm

I recently converted a closet into a large bookshelf to accommodate my burgeoning collection of ancient geek artifacts—programming books, computer equipments, and toys. At the outset, I marched off to Home Depot to buy supplies and realized I needed a level to align screws horizontally and vertically. Levels come in all sizes and materials, and since I use one so rarely, I elected for a $7, yand-long, plastic knock-off. Sure, it looked like something Bob the Builder would use, but it got the job done, and I used the extra cash to buy Do-It-Yourself Home Repair with Bob the Builder to tackle a separate lighting project.

Website development tools are as varied as real tools. For example, there are any number of ways to launch a blog: you can write plain HTML; you can install and run specialized blog software; you can prop up and customize a content management system such as Drupal or Radiant; and you can build your own authoring software based on your favorite programming language and framework…

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