We have a .net site about sport events with special dynamic content custom apps.
They are for player's score submission, score elaboration and individual stats, leaderboard and ranking outputting.
Developers created a custom CMS and custom graphics, no skins system. Other pages are usual static website pages.
The admin panel is very limited, quite raw, and often unreliable.
We absolutely need to have full control of appearance and graphics.
Since we plan to add soon new features to the site (more events, social network, e-commerce) we are at crossroad.
As it is, the existing .net site has too much appearance and graphics restrictions, we need to separate UI and graphics from implementation, and we need an easier and more effective admin panel.
We'd need something like WordPress dashboard and its many graphics options (themes), with the capability to manage dynamic content and to keep the existing dynamic work done so far by .net developers.
So we're considering to move to PHP and WordPress for appearance control options and for ease of use.
Could WordPress be fit enough to do this job? Could be a nice move to go to PHP?
Thanks in advance for your reply.