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We have just had our web site redeveloped - the designers use Wordpress.
It looks great - but its static as we have to go to them everytime we need an update.
Ideally I'd like to import the site in to a nsf so we can develop the internal workflows to publish to the web
Couple suggestions to expand on this one.
There are many templates available for free(or for a small fee) for Wordpress (and basic HTML). Sites such as themeforest.net and bootstrapmade.com have them.
As it is now, the template elements have to be imported one by one and renamed to match file paths and it is very time consuming.
For example- there are usually files in folder names similar to ' js/vendor/magnific-popup' or 'css/components/fonts/icon_sets' that become tedious to import folder by folder and then have to rename.
So if there were either an import tool (similar to a suggestion I have already logged- https://domino-ideas.hcltechsw.com/ideas/NTS-I-809) or a plug-in where the template could be applied to the nsf file where design elements came from a folder on the server in the domino/html directory, this would be amazing.
With this plug-in, it would be using industry standard web design (not proprietary) that still met what XPages was trying to accomplish where design can be separated from the Notes data/documents.
Another feature of the plug-in could possibly take the index.html (provided with all templates) and apply the <head> contents to all notes web forms/pages so that relevant css and js files are available.
What is the role of Domino in combination with Wordpress?
Could you provide more details about what such a plugin should be doing?