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Content Managed Website

Content Managed Website

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  • 1. Content Managed Website A content management system (CMS) is a collection of procedures used to manage, control and publish content to their websites. It allows multiple authors to maintain the website using a simple web browser based interface (instead of manual authoring web pages). The procedures may be manual or computer based which allows: • Large number of authors to contribute and share stored data • Restrict user access of data, based upon their roles. The user role defines what information is to be viewed or edited. • Aid in easy storage and retrieval of data • Reduce duplicated contents. It is frequently used to store, control, revise, enrich, and publish documentation. Database Driven A CMS website is a database driven which allows the user to create and store thousands of web pages in database without the need of updating each web page. CMS Friendly CSS A CMS CSS file enables the user to control the layout and functionality of different parts of the site. Own themes can be build by creating, altering and uploading the styles in CSS files. Multiple Authors CMS is privileged with enhancement of multiple author interfaces in the administration panel. It encourages faster updates, generates accountability and cooperation between different authors. Only thing, the author has to just login and start updating of content for the websites. CMS incorporates a work flow engine and facilitate the collaborative efforts of the user in creating, editing and approving the content before it gets published. Access from Anywhere Using web browser, the author can access data from anywhere based upon their user interface. The CMS editing tools allows the non technical individuals to create and edit content from any part of the world. Website Management Panel It not only provides the ability to add, manipulate and approve the content, but also allows the user to add modules like polls, banners, forums, shopping applications, menus and news management. In backend administration panel, the author will have restricted permission access which prevents accessing of non authorized pages. Schedule Content Updates Updating the contents on CMS can be scheduled to the dates on which it should be published. The publications can be time controlled and hidden for future submission with coordination of multiple authors. The content will be saved as draft and will be published as per the schedule. HTML Knowledge Not Required
  • 2. The author does not require any HTML or technical knowledge to add or update the content. Once the user enters the login page with password, they can use the web editor section to update the content in CMS. Saves Time A CMS website saves the time of the user by quick modulating the contents in different ways.