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Re: web design for idiots
chad


    Hey Megan. I think I have shared posts with you before. If so, you seem pretty tech
    savvy would you be interested in toying with this site I am working on? It would be
    nice to have another tech person.The site ranges from being simple to use but is very complex when working with the
    PhP scripting, database connection, croning, and the list goes on.

    If you are interested im sure you could find it to be useful if you teach, basically this
    is an advanced form of blackboard hosted on a private site.

    I have just started working with the electronicsEDU.com Webmaster, overall we are all
    about open source software and attempting to offer this stuff free to teachers and
    students. I am just now looking into adding a VNC or Vskype module to allow for live
    video conferencing. Breeze is a little pricey. anyway ....

    On 3/02/06, megan wrote:
    > Chad that is a wonderful service to offer and is probably just
    > what total novice is looking for.
    >
    > Just wanted to say tho, for those who are looking into using
    > blogs, many have an invite-only, password protected mode which
    > allows the blog owner more control over who has access to
    > their blogs.
    >
    > regards, megan
    >
    > On 2/28/06, Chad wrote:
    >> On 2/20/06, total novice wrote:
    >>> Okay,
    >>>
    >>> I am going to reveal my lack of knowledge just by asking
    >>> these questions. I am an early elementary teacher with
    >>> limited computer experience: I can surf the web, download
    >>> pictures, email. Is there any hope that I could find a
    >>> way to create a simple classroom website where I could
    >>> post students pictures, write parent letters and maybe
    >>> even eventually (as I learn more) expand my site? I am
    >>> willing to use a commercial product as long as it it not
    >>> too expensive. I don't have time while teaching to learn
    >>> any technical skills. This would have to be a no-brainer
    >>> activity.
    >>>
    >>> Thanks in advance,
    >>>
    >>> Please Don't Laugh
    >>
    >> I have a site I developed that is secure and allows a teacher
    >> to create a course. The site would allow you to do what you
    >> want without having to learn Html and is free. The important
    >> thing to consider is the other sites mentioned are accessable
    >> by anyone, Mine is based on username and password. check the
    >> site out if your interested I'll help you get started.
    the never ending site