- Last post
- 18 Responses
My only problem with setups like indexhibit is that they tend to be too easily identifiable and "template-y." Granted I'm not a web designer and know jack shit about code, but I've designed a couple of sites for people (including myself) which have then been passed onto a web guy and backended in Wordpress. Super easy to update and maintain, and much more flexible if you're a coder who knows the ropes.
My site as an example : www.pop-vulture.com
This is pretty cool. recommended.
seems good for small sites. flat text files don't scale up so well though, if it were a popular site with a lot of content it would slow to a crawl.
is it limited to this text-only home menu, no images?
i would love to see a couple more alt demos.
The setup seems pretty simple and versatile for someone you'd normally suggest Indexhibit to. Will be interesting to see more site examples.
looks pretty cool.
I really like the look of it, might give it a bash
nice for artists i think.
I like the initial look of it, but I haven't had a chance to play around with it yet.
Dunno, but I bookmarked this yesterday to have a look over the coming week or so. I'd be interested to hear feedback on't too.
I suppose ultimately it's the level of complexity and how much customization the designer wants when they choose any of the CMS's out there right now. Still, it's a nice alternative to what's out there.
I think it looks solid. Functionally seems aight.