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    This is most programmers nightmare bad ( or more accuratlety ) not modular code for the next guy. Though some programmers persist in doing it. Making life a bit difficult for anybody trying to edit it, he left no comments on hhis code either? Im not sure what its written in but even the most complicated of css html and java disasters can and should be debugabble and made modular by a average coder. Higher languages however it almost becomes not worth it. If i were you id make a push to wre write the site on something modular to your boss. It will help your job be easier at a later stage. Wordpress and cms systems shouldnt be a requirement for any programmer to edit a website. If it is, you arent a programmer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gimli View Post
    This is most programmers nightmare bad ( or more accuratlety ) not modular code for the next guy. Though some programmers persist in doing it. Making life a bit difficult for anybody trying to edit it, he left no comments on hhis code either? Im not sure what its written in but even the most complicated of css html and java disasters can and should be debugabble and made modular by a average coder. Higher languages however it almost becomes not worth it. If i were you id make a push to wre write the site on something modular to your boss. It will help your job be easier at a later stage. Wordpress and cms systems shouldnt be a requirement for any programmer to edit a website. If it is, you arent a programmer.
    Most people who administer small business websites are NOT programmers. And you don't have to be or hire a programmer to build a website. For most needs it's overkill. Those two things are not necessarily related for a vast majority of websites on the web. Also, most programmers know absolutely nothing about design and marketing.

    In a perfect world programmers and designers work together when needed to complete the job or the mission.

    Facebook is a good example of a website that requires a team of programmers to administer.
    However, Mom and Pops bakery is NOT the kind of simple website that needs a programmer. They should hire a website designer.

    I hear what you are saying, but it's about the best tool for the job. Not knowing one thing and trying to apply it to every situation. No one thing is right for every situation.
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