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Question for CMS experts / users

Post by WebsiteYETcom » Sat Aug 18, 2018 11:01 pm

I have been learning / working with the CMS demo.
The CMS states that you have a one page site, and the CMS viewer and CMS menu section can be edited by admin or client.

I am building / working on two projects.
One of which consist of utilizing over 300 domain names.
A parent domain, and 300+ child domain sites.
Each child (domain) site will offer a /folder /index.html page for each client.
Each /folder is unique, making a URL for the client. Domain.com/client1 ... /client2 ... /client3 .. etc.
Hopefully hundreds of folders on each of the 300+ domains.

The demo CMS works fine on a domain.
Question.
Can you see a way, I can build a master client page / site like the demo CMS, housed in a /folder like ... /client1, by editing the PHP scripts, database to populate for client1?
Then I edit the master client page(s) / database to accommodate client2, ... client3 etc? and upload the master page(s) to each of those folders as needed.

Change the ID's for each client ? The view object and menu object ?
Query the database for each client's page population ?

I'm hoping I can utilize the CMS on many many folders on any one domain.
Domain.com/client1
Domain.com/client2
Domain.com/client101 ... etc.

Thank you very much in advance for your vision and thoughts.

John

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Re: Question for CMS experts / users

Post by BaconFries » Sat Aug 18, 2018 11:22 pm

Similar question already exists/asked at the following:
https://www.wysiwygwebbuilder.com/forum ... 80#p411080

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