Thanks so much, Jason, particularly for taking time near Thanksgiving. Yours pointed me to just what I needed. Now to see whether I can take full advantage. (And, if there is any other tutorial on such admin pages, of course I will also look - though you may have covered that waterfront already.)
I appreciated the suggestion of a CMS. In fact, that had been in my mind originally. Here is the quandary.
After our individual industry 'updates' are input to the db, clients will receive a weekly email, formatted in HTML, and via Constant Contact's machinery. Yes, there will also be a link back, for each individual industry 'update,' to an individual page on our (already existing, currently relatively static) site.
So there are, relatively speaking, limited requirements. Certainly, this is not a case of my client updating a set of static pages. Rather, in addition to producing the HTML for the email, we look to automated creation, on our site, of each of the individual industry update pages. To be newly created, day by day and week by week.
It was not clear to me whether and how a CMS might serve.
(Re my choice of category for this inquiry: Going forward, perhaps I should be a bit more discriminating as to which category my queries go. Though for now, will certainly continue this thread.)
Back here in the Boston area, we appreciate the Red Sox, in your 'photo'!