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Use of Power CMS for rather large site

Thread began 9/11/2017 6:59 pm by julesN | Last modified 9/12/2017 1:49 pm by Ray Borduin | 43 views | 2 replies |

julesN

Use of Power CMS for rather large site

Am I crazy to build a site with 368 pages or so with Power CMS? Can Power CMS handle this? And can I? I'm just wondering about the organization of the pages down the left sidebar. Will it get too crazy?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

There are two reasons why it might still work.

1) The side nav isn't really necessary. Users can update content inline on the actual pages.
2) You can update the side nav in the menu to organize it further manually. I've seen people create collapsible menus to organize the side menu to make it easier to use with large amounts of data.

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julesN

Thank you Ray!

I think I might give it a go, then! Thanks for your comments!

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