We have informational word documents that are divided into "Steps", such as steps 1-10 in a "diabetic academy" format. Users login and go through each step to complete the diabetic academy and granted access into other parts of the members area.
These steps are currently in word documents. One step has already been converted into simple PHP with previous and next links. There are more modifications that need to be done with step one (just simple "design" changes that make each page look uniform, etc)-- these changes will need to be created with all the other steps and can be done while creating the steps.
These PHP documents that parse HTML code are "content" only, and will need to be easily accessible to be placed into a design. I have a simple example of what I'm talking about attached, with an [url removed, login to view] and [url removed, login to view] -- how the index calls in the step 1 based on GET variables. I have not setup the actual template around the step1, however you should be able to see what I'm talking about.
We need each of these steps ported into a web-format. The steps have been attached. The word document's styles need to be ported as well (colors, text styling, etc)-- only exceptions would be to make sure web-safe fonts only are used.