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Cannot add physical pages?

Thread began 4/27/2010 12:48 pm by greg63256325241058 | Last modified 4/29/2010 12:29 pm by greg63256325241058 | 947 views | 7 replies


Cannot add physical pages?


I may be missing something obvious.

I've installed PowerCMS on one of my client's sites. My plan is to offer this to all of my clients to give them the power to update their own sites.

It seems that it is not possible for one to physically add a new page on-the-fly. It seems that the "page" is created in the back-end, but the physical page actually needs to be created separately, outside of PowerCMS and then the snippet of code needs to be added to this physical page?

If this is the case, I think this is a deal breaker for me. The idea of providing the CMS to my clients is to avoid the constant calls from my clients to make simple updates to their sites. If they want to create a new news article on a new page, I don't want them calling me up asking me to create the page on the front-end.

Please--tell me I'm missing something obvious. Or is it true that PowerCMS lacks an extremely basic function of any CMS: The ability for a non-technical user to add a new page to their site on-the-fly.

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