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Old 01-30-2007, 11:26 AM   #1
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I have not yet tried it, but the Cameleon “modification assistant” looks as if it could save a lot of time and tribulation in managing web sites built with applications that use themes and templates. These include Joomla, WordPress, Drupl, Xoops, and unnamed others.

Cameleon can function as an editor for text or images (or work with the one built into the web program or some other), includes a built-in browser for previewing pages, can be set to back up themes and templates, and more.

Universal Binary for Mac OS X, $20 (free trial available).

If anyone gives this a workout, please let us know if it is as useful as it appears to be.

   
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