A new “blog” has been birthed – The Real Estate FAQ.
For roughly the past 18 months, unbeknown to millions, I’ve had a real estate FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) site running on phpMyFAQ, a decent, open source “FAQ System”. The problem with it is it was overrun by spammers, and I had to take it off line.
The thought of having a site that is pretty much nothing but a real estate FAQ repository has intrigued me for a long time. Combine that with some freakish innate desire to poke around with different web software, and you now have the newly revamped Real Estate FAQ.
The FAQ site is running on Drupal, an Open Source CMS platform (CMS = Content Management System). I don’t know if it’s a blog, a standard website, or what. It’s kind of a hybrid cross between the two. Drupal is really cool software, and very powerful. Likely more powerful than I’ll ever know.
Currently the site contains 32 FAQs, a very weak glossary and even weaker forum section. More FAQs and glossary terms will be added. I have no idea if the forums will stay or go.
You do not have to register, but registration allows one to add FAQs (including links, but if it’s abused, shutting that off consists of two keystrokes), as well as add forum topics. More user “perks” will come as I learn more about the capabilities and power of Drupal.
So if you have a moment, take a peek. I’m interested in any feedback — good, bad or indifferent — that anyone might have.
[tags]Real Estate FAQ, Drupal[/tags]