Is HTML5 really practical?
harrison at all-auctions.com
Sat Aug 31 16:09:03 EDT 2019
You probably should have led with the fact that you are a Wordpress person.
LC supposedly plays nicely with Wordpress. Maybe someone can point him
to the Wordpress videos/resources from a couple years ago? (Is it a
Wordpress plug-in or what? I don’t remember.)
LC Server is much nicer to work with than PHP as your middleware choice
between HTML and any database work. You can mix your code however
I get that you are retired and basically want to slap together a useful
website as soon as possible so Wordpress does pretty much most
of what you commonly want to accomplish.
I like Valentina Studio (FREE) for putting a database together.
It works well on macOS, Linux, or Windows computers.
> On Aug 31, 2019, at 10:14 AM, William Prothero via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> Thanks for your thoughts on LC HTML5 for web pages. I use LC increasingly only for my own projects, even though I own a commercial license. I’m retired and give away any education applications that I create. For simple web page projects, though, I start with WordPress. There is a lot of really nice instructional material for making WordPress plugins (php). With Wordpress doing a lot of the basic heavy lifting, doing a special plugin for a custom need in php is pretty straightforward.
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