[wdvltalk-social] OT ;-) coldfusion

Christina Lannen chris at lannendesigns.com
Wed May 7 16:53:38 BST 2008

ColdFusion hosting is almost always more expensive than standard Linux or
Windows hosting.

I don't know if there are any ColdFusion CMS's out there, but there probably

Personally, I'd go the WP route.  Lots and lots of support, plugins and just
plain development.

A few WP sites I have done are:

http://www.totallytops.com (ecommerce part is ecommercetemplates)

And of course my own site is completely WP.

And a whole lot more of them.

Christina Lannen
Lannen Designs
Professional Web Solutions
Domain Name Registration and Hosting

-----Original Message-----
From: wdvltalk-social-bounces at wdvltalk-social.org.uk
[mailto:wdvltalk-social-bounces at wdvltalk-social.org.uk] On Behalf Of joseph
Sent: Tuesday, May 06, 2008 10:55 AM
To: Web development and beer
Subject: Re: [wdvltalk-social] OT ;-) coldfusion

Now that is interesting.   I reckon I am going to have to set up 
another site or two soon [though I am thinking the easy Wordpress 
route might be most feasible] so I'll have a quick looksee at 
coldfusion before I decide.   But I think hosting is very 


From: "Cheryl D Wise"
>I don't use ColdFusion myself but have had some exposure to it. 
> understanding is that it is very flexible and easy to use. I've 
> seen some
> pretty amazing stuff with it.
> Cheryl D Wise
> MS MVP Expression - Author: Foundations of Microsoft Expression 
> Web
> http://by-expression.com
> Adobe Community Expert - Dreamweaver
> http://starttoweb.com
> -----Original Message-----
> From: joseph harris
> With you Cheryl.   So it is less flexible, because the 
> functions
> are all preset [even if added to] which limits the 
> inventiveness
> which is so good with php?

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