50 pages maximum... Why? Workaround?...
Is this limitation due to a Project Manager (or similar)? This is something I never use. I upload my new and/or modified files directly to my server via SFTP and don't depend on the software's publishing features.
To get around this limitation, may I break down my website into several "projects"?
If I have a website about boat design, for example, may I have a project that covers the main pages (about a dozen), then another project for various boat brochures? One for monohull sailboats (if over 50 pages then perhaps break down into sizes (less than 40 feet) or by yacht designer, one for catamarans, one for motor yachts? Then when the time comes, I upload these files to their appropriate place on the server.
Will this work or are there special files (like assets or something) involved that outputs messy code requiring that you use the website program and not be able to use a text editor if desired.
I'm going to download the 21-day trial, watch a few videos and read whatever I can find but I would appreciate some additional input from experienced users.
I hope this makes sense. I look forward to your replies.
I think I will start with my 35-page web site.
I have 3 pages that use frames. The frame encapsulates a brochure so they stay on our site while having access to information in the online brochure. I hope there is a way to accomplish this method /concept with RSD.
I hope it won't be too much of a challenge but it will be fun.
All the best,
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