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    Hi, im confused as to which website i should go with. This url or my other option is www.yoo.kwsbartending.co.za (joomla).

    Any thoughts, on the design more than anything, would be much appriciated.

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    One apears to be scratch build and the other a joomla tempate? I would always go for the scratch build as you have a lot more creative freedom to change the graphic and web design later if needed. If your client requires a good CMS then the joomla one is fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalYak, post: 248636
    One apears to be scratch build and the other a joomla tempate? I would always go for the scratch build as you have a lot more creative freedom to change the graphic and web design later if needed. If your client requires a good CMS then the joomla one is fine.
    Thanks alot for the input. Its not actually for a client this time. I want the CMS and also an online quoting system. Ive gotten the quoting right with Joomla, but from scratch or any form builder i have yet to come right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neicawse, post: 248635
    Thanks for the input. Much appreciated.


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