Hey there ,Ive made lots of websites on the clearnet (this) using html ,wordpress and joomla but
Ive now started to make websites for customers on the dark net or deep web using my own server (laptop)
I've installed apache2 and mysql and have some basic websites running through a torr proxy however
when I try and use a cms like wordpress I get a lot of errors.
Does anyone know of a free website script or cms for .onion websites ??
There are cms made websites on the deep net but even looking at the source code doesn't reveal what they are .
I could really do with some advice regarding a project my company should (hopefully!) be starting soon.
The client is a relatively large business, and the project involves over the course of 12 months redeveloping about 24 websites, made up of restaurants, event venues, and cafes.
In an attempt to make this project easier and more cost-effective we suggested to the client we set up a base set of web components (forms, navbars, footers e.g.) and put together 3 templates (restaurant theme, event venue theme, cafe theme), with a layer of branding CSS to help the individual arms of the business retain some branding differentiation.
As a result of this component idea I suggested to my MD we look at using a decoupled CMS-Frontend architecture, taking advantage of Nuxt.js (my new favourite toy!) and it's component-based methodology for the frontend, and using WordPress as the CMS. With this framework we would be looking at creating a custom set of components, 3 WordPress themes, and 3 front-end Nuxt.js templates for the corresponding themes.
Other than some difficulty finding appropriate UK hosting for our needs this was looking like a good solution, however my MD has told me that he was going to quote the client £10k for the templating project because he doesn't feel the client would be happy paying anymore. I responded by saying really that's not enough for the type of architecture we have been talking about.
The question I have is; am I wrong to say £10k is not enough for this project?
My experience tells me that £10k is fine if we remove the front-end framework from the equation. As keen as I am to do this project in the way I've described above the number in my head was more along the lines of £20k. Am I way out on this one?
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