pretty manila sites
Wed, 21 May 2003 18:54:10 -0500
Here are some that we've created & are currently hosting (note that most
require IE5/Mozilla1/NS6.2 or greater due to CSS requirements; ie, we
don't support NS4):
Habitat for Humanity St. Louis
Public Relations Society of America, St. Louis chapter
ACLU of Eastern Missouri
Butterfield Youth Services
International Special Events Society, Missouri Chapter
Note: currently in development; the URL will change
Just released to the client, so there's not a lot of content yet
I hope you find these interesting & helpful. We're proud of them.
On Wed, 2003-05-21 at 16:44, kthomas wrote:
> This is almost silly such that I'm afraid to ask but...
> I'm looking for "pretty" MANILA web sites. If you have a favorite, I'd
> sure appreciate if you could send over the URL. ESPECIALLY a site that
> has photos and java enhancements.
> Background: First off, I think most Manila and Radio sites ARE
> beautiful. But I'm trying to get support for a new manila server
> dedicated to our college and a (powerful) person who prefers "pretty
> web sites" is worried about getting "pretty web sites" out of Manila
> software. (I know, don't flame ME - beauty is in the eye of the
> beholder and the hands of the designer.) This... http://cp.siu.edu/
> is what I guess that our friend thinks is a pretty web site since
> that's their home department.
> Politics: This non-tech person is also Interim (big lab) director and
> in charge of a lot of traditional server power & space that is mostly
> unused. I'm sure they would rather keep all web services in their area.
> So I've been asked to create a list of some nice looking sites.... and
> I want a BIG list because, who knows what is acceptable as "pretty"
> when it comes to web sites.
> Please email off list to email@example.com - I'll summarize and post a
> link list of the pretty MANILA sites.
> It MUST be a Manila site.
> Thanks in advance!
> /kelly thomas
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