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    Update school website easily for office staff

    I was wanting to have a list of newsletters in PDF format to put onto our school website.

    Producing the PDFs is not a problem, having them up on the school site on a Friday Afternoon is.

    I was wanting a utility or service which will provide a feed of uploaded files in a box embedded onto the site. Any body got any ideas?

    Thanks in advance

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    how about the edugeek Joomla pack?

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    For a quick update create the links on a webpage to your newsletters, eg year1, year2 or whatever you will name them. Then when the newones a created on a friday, keep the same name, upload via ftp and overwrite the current ones.

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    Also remember that the default ftp program in Windows is scriptable.

    Using FTP Batch Scripts



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