"We need a web site."

Now what?
When you have plenty of ideas, but not a lot of answers, the next step is WeavingtheWeb.com.
Meet Perry Brown

You've found the home of Perry Brown, a freelance web developer living outside sunny, hot (except when it's cold and rainy) Dallas, TX.

I'm in my 15th year of developing clients' Web presence by consulting in these areas:

  • php, perl, ColdFusion, Python (Django)
  • Javascript/AJAX programming
  • Mysql databases
  • Web application installation/customization (WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, phpBB, etc.)
  • Web site planning, design and structuring
  • Ecommerce development (ZenCart, Epages, Magento)
  • Realtime credit card processing

More bio info is here.

Please contact me if you have any questions about my services and how they might meet your Internet needs.

To the right is a partial list of my clients whose sites you can browse. It is a mixed bag: for some clients I've done the database/coding alone; for others I've designed the site also.

Enjoy your visit!


You Are What You...Wear?
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Froma Harrop's recent editorial "The casualization of America" is a pointed lament about our cultural slob-iness and the attitudes from which it has arisen. In summary:

Some observers suspect that a collapse in grooming and attention to dress has contributed to the decline in civility on our streets and in our politics. People don't care what they look like in public because they don't care about the public. They have little notion of, or interest in, playing a supportive role in their civilization.

And this final snarl:

Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 June 2010 16:20
Maintenance Mode for Django Sites
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Wouldn’t it be handy to easily put a Django-driven site into “maintenance” mode – redirecting all site traffic to a “we’ll be back soon” page – while you still have access to the site, admin and all?

Well, you can.

django-maintenancemode is “a middleware that allows you to temporary shutdown your site for maintenance work.”

Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 June 2010 16:29