Web designers don't have to be programmers just like architects
don't have to be carpenters. They just have to know good
ones. In this case, the design firm probably lacked
programming staff yet needed a no-cost mindless way to
Maybe the firm said "Well, we recommend Verity but it will
be another $20,000 to implement". To which the client
replied "No way!"
With the popularity of Matt Wright scripts, it's a shame he
doesn't update the scripts. As the Archive is his business,
you'd think he'd feel some responsibility in that regard.
His website says "I always have lots of stuff in the works,
but most of it only gets about halfway finished before I
get bored and give up. That's the way I work. :)"
That says a lot.
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