I love my DreamWeaver-esque piece of software that I use to build websites. But I wanted to see if anyone has ever put together a site with another WYSIWYG-type of software and then opened up a section of the site to be managed by a WordPress blog?
What I mean is, you use a piece of WYSIWYG software like DreamWeaver or “WYSIWYG Web Builder” to build the entire .com website. Pretend there are pages that comprise the website like
And with DreamWeaver or WYSIWYG, you just build all of them as PHP pages; but then with one difference. When the user goes to that “Blog” page, they are able to, basically, use a fully-functioning WordPress blog?
People have mentioned to me WordPress plugins where they, basically, write a blog post, and when it publishes, it is integrated with another piece of software like this.
If this doesn’t make sense, I can explain better.
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