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fisch79 says

I just came across this… thanks to Collis on making this article when the new design was implemented…

http://nettuts.com/articles/7-crucial-tips-for-designing-and-maintaining-a-large-site/

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swaymedia says

I read that too, its an excellent tutorial.

But im also looking for a read thats similar to it, but more in the ‘Coding & Development’ tips for websites rather than the simple ‘HTML, CSS & design techniques’.

For example tips on coding techniques, PHP file structures on general sites like Flashden.net, types of oop, mod re-write… just standard development techniques big sites use. Like how did you create Flashden.net development wise, e.i is it better to keep as much code in a few files or little code in alot of files.

And how do you structure a layout and a site so that its future proof for forum integration and stuff like that.

But nettuts for sure is the best source of web read out there.

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fisch79 says

Yup.. its extremely new and has alot of potential! ;) As far as I know besides all the html and CSS integration.. FD runs on Ruby, which is a language I rarely hear about. I’d like to see some info on nettuts about that..

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