I'll jump right in. I am dealing with a team of people who have no knowledge in coding websites, nor have the time to learn. I want to be able to deliver a Bootstrap theme, link it up to some sort of CMS system and then pass it onto them. Meaning, I won't be heavily involved in updating pages.
I have several questions about it though. So I have a Bootstrap template, suited up with libraries such as; pagination, tabs, scrollspy, etc.
And that's the thing I don't understand! If I hand over my current design and they want to expand a page that has tabs in it, how can they possibly update the tabs or add new dropdowns through a CMS system?
My last question. Take into consideration my last question. What CMS should I use :p
I'm genuinely confused because I've used many CMS systems, like wordpress and I can't think of how these things can be incorporated?
I'm quite certain you could integrate bootstrap and joomla as well
01-05-2014, 03:37 PM
Thank you for the useful links.
I'm still confused as to how others are expected to maintain the bootstrap design when limited to a CMS.
I'll give you an example.
How are they expected to add more according links, etc?
01-05-2014, 04:05 PM
usually clients are only expected to add or change content (text, images, video, etc) when using a CMS. Changing the design or adding new pages is usually beyond what most clients will feel comfortable doing.
05-17-2014, 08:16 AM
have you ever try to use Mura?
I need your feedback. thanks
05-21-2014, 09:29 AM
I developed CMS www.objengine.com , try it, it's free.
You do not have to code or even install mysql on your server, all dynamic content is saved to local filesystem.