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In Topic: Anyone used Grav?

Today, 05:59 AM

Maybe I should be more specific. I don't mind coding, but the website is going to have other collaborators who are not necessarily tech-minded. So I'll need some kind of interface to create/edit/manage posts and pages, and possibly handle things like "scheduling" articles.


I would suggest you using Joomla if you need a good CMS with better performance. However, it's always good if you can code things yourself (ie, use HTML/CSS).


I'll give Joomla a look—I don't know why, but for some reason I've never got round to trying it out :P


There's always the option to use something like Hugo (gohugo.io) or Jekyll (jekyllrb.com) that allow you to code your website while offering lots of useful functions such as being able to easily import plugins etc. It then allows you to build your website via a command an outputs a folder full of CSS/JS/HTML which you can then upload. This also means it loads quicker and there is way less load on your account. 


Won't work now, but thanks anyway. They could come in useful in the future. (There's also Pelican which is interesting because it's in Python).

In Topic: [Solved] Ricky server extremely slow?

20 August 2019 - 05:59 AM

Also, If you're one of the many tommy uses who is on Ricky because their account got lost on tommy, yes, Ricky is painfully slow in comparison.


Ahh. That's one point to keep in mind!

In Topic: Questions and Answers

14 August 2019 - 12:05 PM

From what I can make out, the email addresses linked to Tommy are used for downloading backups. Does that mean we should create our temporary Ricky accounts using a different email address (and possibly change it back once the whole thing is cleared up)?

In Topic: Reboot Eddie

11 August 2019 - 03:50 AM

There's a thread here, where I presume they'll post updates when they get them: https://www.helionet...tommy-downtime/

In Topic: Reboot Eddie

10 August 2019 - 03:26 AM

OK I got this from another thread:

Tommy crashed due to hardware failure. Krydos is working on backing up the data so repairs can begin.


I guess that answers my question. I suppose you'll have to finish backing up everyone's data before repairs can even start?