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Integrating a Blog Into a Dynamic CMS Website

Thread began 8/25/2012 10:32 pm by dc50093 | Last modified 7/22/2013 10:23 am by dc50093 | 2517 views | 3 replies

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Integrating a Blog Into a Dynamic CMS Website

What is the easiest way to integrate a blog into a WebAssist dynamic CMS website? In the past I have created sub-directories for static sites and installed a WordPress instance. It's worked out OK but I'm moving away from static sites. More and more my clients want a CMS site so they can update and maintain it themselves.

Some time back I bought all of the SuperSuite programs and they've paid for themselves many times over. So much so that I plan on upgrading to Data Bridge, Design Extender and eCart. I'm at a point now where I need to focus on building full featured custom CMS sites with integrated blogs (most of my customers want blogs built into there sites). It seems redundant to use both Data Bridge and WordPress on the same site. I'm not sure if it's even viable? Even if it is, separate sign-on's would be required and there would be more to learn. This complicates things for end users that maintain the sites. Complexity and learning curves don't sell... simplicity does!

I'm just reaching out in the hopes that someone can point me in the right direction. While Data Bridge will no doubt fit the bill for converting static sites to CMS sites, I'm concerned about the blog portion. Thoughts...?

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