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CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

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  • “CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM” Presented By- Gourav Harvande.
  • INTRODUCTION • Lets start with HOW IT WAS BORN…????
  • WHAT IS CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (CMS)  CMS is a system used to manage content on a web site.  It covers complete life cycle of pages on web site.  Content can be anything..!!  It requires almost no technical skill or knowledge .  It keeps the track of every piece of content on our website.
  • TWO ELEMENTS OF CMS 1. Content Management Application (CMA) 2. Content Delivery Application (CDA)
  • TODAYS WELL KNOWN CMS ARE: - Joomla - Drupal - Wordpress - CakePHP - Mambo - Zen cart
  • HOW CMS WORK? Basic information flow, 1. Template is designed. 2. Content is entered as plain text or HTML into database. 3. Content is placed in template for display to the end user. C ontent plate
  • Template (layout, colors, Navigation) Content CMS CMS System System (usually text)
  • LIFE CYCLE OF CMS(FUNCTIONALITY) Functionality of CMS broken down into ,     Content creation Content management Publishing Presentation
  • WHY THIS IS A GOOD THING??  It’s puts user in control.  Don’t have to be expertise. WHY TO LEARN HTML WHEN CMS AVAILABLE..!!  Large scale changes can be made to site much easier.  Structured content and content reuse.  Security and control.  Saves money and time.  Open source so, it is WIN-WIN condition for user.
  • OUR ADVICE • There is no “one size fits all” solution. • By allocating sufficient time and resources we can have best possible solution. “ Take time to determine requirements and select accordingly ”