Thanks for that extra tip. Gallery looks like it'll be perfect. I'm a photographer, so having an easy way to present my images on my website would be fantastic.
My dad left the choice up to me as to which CMS we'll use. One feature he really wants is a comments system ala TR. So, the list of things he cares about is: WYSIWYG, XP compatible (this is a non-issue as all of the CMSs look like they support brwoser editing), stable and comments. I would like to be able to review whatever my dad or grandma wrote before it gets published so that I can check for errors.
Also, I have a problem with Apache. Well, maybe not so much of a problem as an annoyance. When I start the server to refresh config changes, it'll take a really long time to generate a digest.
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[Wed Oct 17 09:11:39 2007] [notice] Digest: generating secret for digest authentication ...
[Wed Oct 17 09:33:52 2007] [notice] Digest: done
As you can see, 22 minutes. It's taken close to 40 minutes another time. While it's generating that digest the website is unresponsive. I have to wait for it to finish before I can see the pages. Anything that could be done to reduce this processing time? I'll reiterate that the server is running on a PII 233MHz 384MB RAM machine. So, if it's hardware, I'll understand. And, what is the digest anyway?
On the plus side, I've got virtual hosting enabled without a problem. Two websites now: http://grandmasfridge.org
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