Our current website is a VS .NET website that makes use of Data Access/Grid Views, etc., also the .Net Security Role Model system to allow user to login and view their statements.
I don't want to have to rewrite the entire site (that would be painful), all that I want is to manage the TextPage content e.g. "About Us" page, "Area Guides", etc.
Is there a way I can continue to use my existing asp.net pages and just get Orchard to manage my TextPages?
How can I work with both Visual Studio to manage the "complex" pages and get orchard to just manage the "content" pages?
Or is there a better way to do this. I've been racking my brain for a simple method to manage the content pages of the website, whilst still being able to programme the other pages in VS .NET?
I guess one way could be to add the Orchard page to the <Content> section of my existing MasterTemplate, for each of the TextPages? Is this a good idea?