I am doing some content modeling for a site with over 100 pages with a pretty deep tree. The site has a lot of what I refer to as "General Pages" as well as a collection of channel type content in the form of news, blogs, and such. In addition there are many unique pages such as contact and application form pages.
My main question is: How to section the over 100 general pages for best balance for client friendliness?
- Do I create one "General Page" channel section and then use or build some sort of nav add-on to create the appropriate heirarchy (This is how we'd roll if we were building this in EECMS for example)?
- Do I use multiple structures, one for each primary nav item? And then figure out how to mix in the other unique singles and entries?
- Tons of singles? (my least favorite option)
- Something else?
I know the answer to these questions given a CMS as flexible as Craft is simply "Yes"; however, would love to get some thoughts on how people have dealt with a well branched site map and lots of "General Pages".