One more page launched on Radiant CMS! :)

Hi folks!

I just launched a site running on Radiant after a week of building –
www.kazbegi.info :slight_smile: Radiant is a very nice tool, keep it up!

(I managed to build everything while being a designer not a programmer.
So
it really works, even without proper guidance. The only thing that is
over
my head is that on Mediatemple Radiant dies out after every 3-4 hours –
it
says something about “proxy error” and then, after restrart it says “bad
gateway” during short time. I created a mtr restart radiant Crontab
entity
(stupid). Hope it works, otherwise I’m doomed. Shitty solution, so if
anyone
knows where the dog might be buried, tell me and I contact my programmer
colleagues. They didn’t know this time. The memory consumption is half
of
the container, so it can’t be there I guess.)

Regards
Tõnu


FRAKTAL
skype: runnel
www.fraktal.ee

(I managed to build everything while being a designer not a
programmer. So
it really works, even without proper guidance. The only thing
that is over
my head is that on Mediatemple Radiant dies out after every
3-4 hours – it

Most likely cause is that you’ve got more processes running than your
shared hosting can handle.

Are you using mongrel or fastcgi? How many instances in your cluster?
Try reducing the number of mongrel instances / fastcgi
processes.

Hi Tõnu,

Tõnu Runnel wrote:

Hi folks!

I just launched a site running on Radiant after a week of building –
www.kazbegi.info :slight_smile: Radiant is a very nice tool, keep it up!

Really nice site. Clean, simple and informative. Kazbegi looks sweet.
Too bad it is so far from Australia :slight_smile:

(I managed to build everything while being a designer not a programmer. So
it really works, even without proper guidance.

Did you enter the content yourself in Textile? I would like my users to
enter content with Textile but I think they will be very reluctant. The
most technical they have ever got is creating a table in Word.

Cheers,
Mark

I tried to leave all html code in the layout and snippets. So I gave the
girls the pages tab where they entered all the content themselves (I
only
made some small examples). They had to use only textile + some few
snippets
and it was surprisingly easy and understandable for them – without any
knowledge of anything beyond office, browsers etc. So I guess in most
cases
there is no need for wysiwyg. And – Word tables are more complex than

| this | is |
| a | table |

:slight_smile:

Tõnu

2007/12/4, Mark G. [email protected]:

Are you using mongrel or fastcgi? How many instances in your
cluster? Try reducing the number of mongrel instances /fastcgi
processes.

Most of my Radiant sites only require one Mongrel process. Typically,
with a shared host you won’t have enough memory available to run more
than one.

Nice and simple design, congrats!

You said that your non-tech customers edit the pages themselves. How 

are
you managing the images? With an extension?

/AITOR

On Dec 4, 2007, at 2:44 AM, Tõnu Runnel wrote:

there is no need for wysiwyg. And – Word tables are more complex than

| this | is |
| a | table |

So true! With a little training most people can grok basic HTML or
Textile. So if you have time to invest in your people you will be much
better off than resorting a clunky wysiwyg.


John L.
http://wiseheartdesign.com

Nope :frowning: I used Photoshop droplet to get the right size and uploaded
files
myself. Then they put the pictures onto pages following my example. At
least
the lightbox ajax gallery is very easy to use as you know.

T.

You said that your non-tech customers edit the pages themselves. How 

are

any
knowledge of anything beyond office, browsers etc. So I guess in
most cases
there is no need for wysiwyg. And – Word tables are more complex than

| this | is |
| a | table |

So true! With a little training most people can grok basic HTML or
Textile. So if you have time to invest in your people you will be much
better off than resorting a clunky wysiwyg.

Mostly true, except for tables like

| This is a very very long long table xxxxxxxx yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy zzzzzzzzzz kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm | kkkkkkkkkk kkkkkkkkkk
tttt another long cell |

Otherwise, most things are quite easy and intuitive to do with wiki
markup.

saji

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