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    Unhappy Moving HTML Website to a CMS

    Hello,

    Me and my friends created a website which was assignment (totally HTML pages 240-250) not it is becoming very hard to edit that.
    That's why I want to move that on any on CMS but I don't know How to do that !!

    Need your Help .

    Thanks ,
    imhim45

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    Without looking at what you have, I would suggest giving Jekyll a look. It's not a CMS in the colloquial sense, it's a static site generator. You use it to build out templates, then create content for those templates. Then, you run a build process and push it up to your server.

    Moving to any CMS is going to be a lot of work in the short run for a site that size, but the benefit will be huge in the long term. AFAIK, there's no tool out there that will convert everything for you automatically, though it is possible to create one if you have some programming experience.
    Last edited by Ronald Roe; Aug 12th, 2016 at 07:14 AM.
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