So, I have this site built entirely in HTML and CSS for my client last year but he now wants to be able to add content himself as the copy that’s on there now is going to have to be changed frequently.
This is the URL to the HTML site: http://www.modenafinefoods.com
Now, I have tried to have it so that the site can be managed by him using Komposer, but it was more trouble than it was worth as there was a lot of problems with it and I was afraid that he would “break things.” Therefore, I would like to use wordpress as a CMS for the site in attempts to:
1.) Convert my site so that it will be manageable in WordPress by my client
2.) Customize the CSS so that everything would look identical to my existing site… more or less.
I have tried to use Joomla but find it to be very confusing so I’m considering scraping the Joomla idea and working with WordPress, as I have made a site using that CMS before and would be comfortable in installing it and getting acquainted on how to run things.
In wordpress I’m still having the problems in Jomla in how I might be able to customize an existing “theme” so that it matches exactly to my existing site at modenafinefoods.com. I have limited exposure to PHP, but can figure things out usually (painfully).
If it would best for me to create my own theme in wordpress, can someone please show me the right direction on how I could integrate my theme into the software?
Can someone shed some light on what you think would be best?
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