I am exploring the feasibility of Kirby as a CMS for a work project.
We are a publishing company with a number of publications, each of which needs a particular mini-site to satisfy legal requirements. We would like these sites to share a common template, with different content per publication (editor photo & bio, description, etc.). Each of these sites is on its own domain.
My question here has two parts:
First, is there a way to establish a “Master Site” with blueprints/plugins/configuration that can be propagated out to each of the mini-sites? Everything, more or less, except the
content folders would ideally be shared. I’m not necessarily talking about building a custom Starter Kit, but rather keeping a single master installation that may be edited to, for example, add a form field, and have that one change propagate to all of the mini-sites, either in real-time or using some kind of deploy script.
Second, if the above answer is yes, would it be possible to create a master document of users that could be pulled in by each site? For the same reasons as above, we would like to manage the user pool for these sites from a single location, rather than in each of 20 or more installations.
Thanks in advance!