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Taking static site content to dynamic

Thread began 12/27/2010 6:27 pm by danielleturk361661 | Last modified 1/10/2011 3:54 pm by danielleturk361661 | 1339 views | 9 replies

danielleturk361661

Taking static site content to dynamic

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I currently have a well designed site. The site has over 300 products on static HTML pages. I want to replace the static product content with dynamic content by using DataAssist. I also want it accessible so that new products can easily be added by site administrators. It sounds like DataAssist is the tool to use to accomplish this. I need some advice on how to get started with a site that already has a design in place. The Tutorials are more geared towards creating a site from scratch using Site Assist or CSS Sculptor.
Any advice? Is Site Import something I should start with?

Thanks for the advice,
Danielle

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