Is it possible to create two(2) separate Intranet web sites to be implemented within Rx 6.7 with the following:
- differing templates look and feel
- SAME or similar content
- differing navigation
- with one being in production (live) and one not on production.
We want to dump our existing Intranet content into Rx, then publish it to production, while at the same time build and maintain the same/similar content on another UN-published version with the above 1,2,3,4 specs. Currently going through an Intranet re-design, starting with a content cleanup exercise (that will take approximately a year and 1/2) and we need a “staging area” of sorts to store the same content AS WELL AS some cleaned-up content pieces in the meantime as we go along. Normally it would probably not make sense to dump a soon-to-be-dead web site into a CMS, but we need an easier way to manage the content while going through this re-design in the meantime.
The endgame being “turning-off”/unpublishing the old site and turning-on/publishing the new cleaned-up site. Sorry if this post is a bit wordy, but I wasn’t sure how to briefly inquire about the feasibility of this.
Is this just a simple matter of dumping our existing site into Rx, then cloning it and updating files as they are being cleaned? Can this be done with a different look and feel? Or is there a more simplified way.
My manual is not very helpful in explaining this.
Not sure if this the correct Forum, so apologies.
Please help. Thanks!