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  1. KMac
    KMac avatar
    133 posts
    15 Dec 2008
    02 Mar 2010
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    Maybe more of a general question but I don't know. I've been asked to port a PHP site to and I'd like to use Sitefinity for it. Most of it is pretty straight forward, but there is one area that is a pretty complex PHP module that I don't want to have to convert right away. Is there a way to wrap a bunch of PHP code in user control (this sounds stupid as I write it) and then use as you would any other user control in sitefinity? The only thing I know about PHP is how to translate it to and that's really all I want to know, but like I said, this particular section is going to take way more time to convert than I think we have to launch the site.

    Any suggestions?
  2. Ivan Dimitrov
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    16072 posts
    12 Sep 2017
    02 Mar 2010
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    Hi KMac,

    You can use external pages in Sitefinity until migrate the code. You can also take a look at

    Kind regards,
    Ivan Dimitrov
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