How to build a website on a Domino server

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I'm looking to host my small website on a Lotus Domino server but as far as I know, I can't use simple .HTML file or PHP. Can I just use .NSF? Also, which language should I use to deploy web pages with a Domino server? Thanks so much.

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    The way we did it was like this...  We have a single NSF that houses all of the web pages.  Users can create new pages, which are routed around for approval.  Once the doc has all the needed signatures, a flag is set.  This all happens on the internal network.  A replica of the NSF resides in the DMZ, which is what the public sees.  Only those docs with the above-mentioned flag are replicated to the DMZ, so that's how we "deploy."
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