I am working on starting up a Mambo website. I am a photographer and the website will be a magazine tha showcases my model photography (no porn). The thing is that I have worked with FrontPage before for a few simple websites, but I have never used Mambo before.
How good is the support for mambo here?
Are glamour photos not allowed here (no nude photos, only some implied)?
That is exactly what implied photos are. A thong, lingere (non see thru), and hand covered top is the limit of implied.
If anything shows (nipple, or pubic hair, or etc..) then it gets deleted on the spot because the models review all the photos just after the photo session.
That is good news then. Thanks for the info. I just wanted to make sure.
With mambo, it isn't just: make your template with photoshop and upload it...
it also needs some coding work... like... where should the banner be coded, where should the LogIn form be coded... It isn't all as easy as you think...
This should've been closed a while ago...
I have used Frontpage before, but have found it to be too limiting for what it can do, or more like what I could do with it. The real problem was that the host that I was using did not support the Frontpage extensions.
If I decide not to use Mambo, What other web-publishing software would you suggest for a rookie like me (to publish an online magazine) and why? I am not a web developer. I am just a photographer that had played around a bit with Frontpage.
I have never used Dreamweaver. How good is it? How easy is it to use? Does it make more sense to use a pre-made website template and just substitute my own text and graphics?