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  • Hey greenone2. Actually your site would be quite easy to convert to an original custom theme for WordPress. However, unless you feel comfortable working with PHP I would look into hiring someone familiar with both PHP and WordPress.

    Indeed, depending on how you are managing your site content now I would highly recommend switching. And then you’ll be able to edit everything on your site, add pages, and you’ll have a blog to boot which should help you in search engines if you post fairly regularly.

    Best of luck.

    @mercime

    (@mercime)

    Volunteer Moderator

    You will have to convert HTML to WP Theme
    http://codex.wordpress.org/Stepping_Into_Templates

    I am very familiar with PHP, html and css. I guess some more reading
    on the WordPress theme concept would help

    @mercime

    (@mercime)

    Volunteer Moderator

    Cool. As soon as you get the main templating concepts in making a WP theme, you’re good to go. e.g. header.php for header and main navigation; footer.php for closing divs; then page.php, index.php, single.php etc for similar or different loops. Cheers.

    @mercime Agreed.

    @greenone2 Great! For a site like yours you should have no problem at all. mercime hit the vital templates you’ll need to deal with. When I first started I copied the TwentyTen theme and ripped it apart and created my own stylesheet quite easily and fell in love with WordPress.

    Find your day well.

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