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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
looks pretty cool.
The setup seems pretty simple and versatile for someone you'd normally suggest Indexhibit to. Will be interesting to see more site examples.
This is pretty cool. recommended.
is it limited to this text-only home menu, no images?
i would love to see a couple more alt demos.
I think it looks solid. Functionally seems aight.
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.
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.
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 like the initial look of it, but I haven't had a chance to play around with it yet.
nice for artists i think.
I really like the look of it, might give it a bash