Looking to semi-replicate a website
We are looking to help a client with his website to duplicate most of yorkshire [dot] com
As you'll see, the website is essentially lots of links to different video sections. However, he wants it slightly different in that it's a bit more basic with less widgets/text. He is looking to have each section be essentially the same layout with different videos (like yorkshire [dot] com).
We would like to know what kind of CMS would be used to complete a project like this and what kind of budget.
We may be hiring on here if someone is experienced enough in this kind of website area.
June 14th, 2010, 04:16 PM
It's been a week, but I never make it into this forum.
Your client's biggest expense is going to be producing this content. The actual website software is rather trivial.
Any major CMS will probably do, but make sure you get FULL requirements. "Like yorkshire.com" is a death note for a development project. Either you replicate the site exactly (which includes visiting every link, including the one your client bookmarked 2 years ago that's not accessible from their site but still operational) or you get an independently generated feature list.
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July 28th, 2010, 06:01 AM
Originally Posted by John_robertson
Let me know if you are looking to developing this site still... in that case i can give some recommendation on CMS and the budget/timelines for the development
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