Hi, folks. I’ve used RW in the creation of several sites in the past, but they were all for my own use (and I was going to be the guy doing ongoing maintenance). Now, though, I’ve about wrapped up development for a new site that may, at some point down the road, be handed off to someone else to maintain.
How, then, might a RapidWeaver developer “deliver” a package to a client, so that the client might be able to either do things on their own in the future, or even hand the responsibilities off to another web developer?
Needless to say, there are lots of elements to a RW Project (the project file, identification of the Theme, Stacks, plug-ins and add-ons, widgets, scripts and other components, not to mention graphics and audio files). Then, of course, you have the file structure and resulting HTML that gets published to the web hosting service, so the client would need to know all of the logins and other account info for the hosting service, too.
Has anyone ever put together a documentation kit or guide for a client like this? Has anyone (or could anyone!) recommend a “professional” RW developer or consultant who might be able to take over an existing site that had been created with RW? That pro, of course, would need to have all of the stacks, Theme and other purchased elements…
Just wondering, folks. Thanks in advance for your counsel!