[ubuntu-uk] School websites
maillist at jcrdevelopments.com
Mon Jun 20 07:27:33 UTC 2011
On Sat, 18 Jun 2011 09:41:42 +0100, Alan Lord (News) wrote:
> On 17/06/11 14:33, Jon Reynolds wrote:
>> I've just had a look at my little un's school website and the first
>> thing that stop you doing anything useful, i.e. like using the
>> navigation menu, is the fact that for some (cannot imagine) reason,
>> is required to install Java on your machine, just so you can use the
>> navigation links??
>> WHY would they do this? Is this a serious case for giving someone
>> education? The simplest of things - a navmenu, why should I install
>> run) Java just to access a menu to another (probably) static web
>> (created in FrontPage)
> That is an abysmal website - looks like something from the early days
> of the Internet...
> The validator doesn't like it much either:
> There are quite a few MSO objects scattered around the code.
> The Open Learning Centre
Well I was thinking perhaps I should approach them and offer to do them
a new website (my contribution towards PTA and all that) :)
I think a very simple Drupal installation would be worlds apart from
what they have today.
Jon Reynolds (j0nr)
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