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edirectory customization?

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is anyone experienced in edirectory customization pls
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by:Ray Paseur
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Can you please post a link to a web page that describes what you're talking about? Thanks!
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by:digisel
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sorry i did not respond sooner.   it seems that ee no longer sends an email to say that a reply has been posted.   this is the home page of my site:    the-specifier.co.uk.     all the other pages  i can access to edit through the cms.    but the developers have placed the template and data from a previous iteration of the site in the cms.   I need someone to engineer the cms so that i can properly edit the template for this home page.   i am fed up with trying to get edirectory to do anything.
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Ray Paseur earned 500 total points
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Yeah, I understand.  My suggestion would be to go with a Wordpress site.  Wordpress is pretty mainstream (powers about 1/4 of the internet) and it's 100% open-source, so you instantly get access to a well-vetted library of plug-ins, themes, etc.  Lots of people set up their own WP applications, but if you don't want to tackle that learning curve, there are good consultants who can help.  One of your best bets might be to engage Jason Levine (you can find him here at E-E), or it he doesn't have the bandwidth, look up Aaron Brazell.
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by:digisel
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thank you for your interest and input.    i shall make contact and see where i go from there.
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Thanks for the points and best of luck with it! ~Ray
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