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09.m3 cms cms-components

  1. 1. IT2032PAContent Management System (CMS) Nitec in Social Media & Web Technology
  2. 2. CMS Content ComponentsIn this chapter, you will learn: o Define what is CMS component o Identify the functions of a commonly used CMS component
  3. 3. CMS ComponentsComponent Content Management System(CCMS) It manages content at a granular level (component) rather than at the document level o Each component represents a single topic, concept or asset o Each component is only stored one time in CMS • components are reused within a doc or several docs • ensures that content is consistent • each component has its own lifecycle
  4. 4. CMS ComponentsComponent Content Management System(CCMS) o Each component has its own lifecycle o can be tracked individually or as part of an assembly o CCM can be a separate system or be a functionality of another content management system type
  5. 5. Benefits of CMS Components• Greater consistency and accuracy• Reduced maintenance costs• Reduced delivery costs• Reduced translation costs
  6. 6. Difference between Blog & CMSBlog Abbreviation of “weblog” o features diary-type commentary o links to articles on other Web sites o usually presented as a list of entries o range from personal to political • web design, home staging, sports, or mobile technology • some presents links to all types of other sites • personal journals - presents the authors daily life & thoughts
  7. 7. Difference between Blog & CMSBlog Abbreviation of “weblog” o features diary-type commentary o links to articles on other Web sites o usually presented as a list of entries o range from personal to political • web design, home staging, sports, or mobile technology • some presents links to all types of other sites • personal journals - presents the authors daily life & thoughts
  8. 8. Difference between Blog & CMSContent management system (CMS) Allows publishing, editing, modifying content and site maintenance from a central page. o provides a collection of procedures to manage workflow in a collaborative environment. o procedures can be manual or computer-based.
  9. 9. Joomla! Extension TypesComponentsThe largest &most complexextensions of them all o mini-applications o have two parts: • site part and • administrator part o major portion of your page
  10. 10. Joomla! Extension TypesModulesmore lightweight and flexibleextensions used for pagerendering o known as the “boxes” o assigned per menu item o are linked to components
  11. 11. Joomla! Extension TypesPluginsmore advanced extensions(event handlers) o once an event is triggered the plugins goes to work Example: o a plugin could be used to intercept user-submitted articles and filter out bad words
  12. 12. Joomla! Extension TypesTemplatesdesign of Joomla! poweredwebsite o change the look and feel of your website o easy to build or customize o provide maximum flexibility in how you style your site
  13. 13. Joomla! Extension TypesLanguagesbasic extensions arelanguages o packaged in two ways • core package • extension package o consist key/value pairs • provide the translation of static text strings o will affect both the front and administrator side
  14. 14. WordPress Extension Types Plugins are tools to extend the functionality of WordPress. o Plugins offer custom functions and features so that each user can tailor their site to their specific needs
  15. 15. WordPress Extension Types Theme are tools to extend the functionality of WordPress. o Plugins offer custom functions and features so that each user can tailor their site to their specific needs
  16. 16. WordPress Extension Types Permalinks permanent URLs to your individual weblog posts o permalink is what another weblogger will use to link to your article
  17. 17. WordPress Extension Types Widgets small modules that offer users drag-and-drop sidebar content placement and implementation of many plugins extended abilities. o slideshow, Facebook like box, small news slider
  18. 18. Contact Web FormA webform on allows a user to enter data that issent to a server for processing o resemble paper or database forms o can also be used to query & display existing data o defined in formal programming languages such as HTML, Perl, PHP, Java, Javascript or .NET
  19. 19. User Inputting Portion of a Form
  20. 20. Web DocumentDefined as somethingthat has a URL andreturn representations(HTML, JPEG) of theidentified resource inresponse to HTTPrequests
  21. 21. Digital ImagesStill images are generated by the computer intwo ways: as bitmaps (or paint graphics) andas vector (or just plan “drawn”) graphics
  22. 22. Digital ImagesBitmaps o are used for photo-realistic images and complex drawings requiring fine detail. o image files are compressed to save memory and disk space• Vector o are used for lines, boxes, circles, polygons, and other graphic shapes o can be filled with colour and patterns
  23. 23. Digital VideoVideo is stream of data composed of discreteframes, includes both audio and pictures
  24. 24. Digital ImagesInternet Video general field that deals with the transmission of video over the Internet o Internet Protocol television (IPTV) Three main groups 1. live television 2. time-shifted television 3. Video on demand (VOD):
  25. 25. Digital ImagesInternet Video o Peer-to-Peer TV (P2PTV) • software applications designed to redistribute video streams in real time on a P2P network • TV channels from all over the world • potential to make any TV channel globally available • no incremental cost for the source o Peercasting • method of multicasting streams to the Internet via P2P • can facilitate on-demand content delivery
  26. 26. Digital ImagesInternet Video o Video Clips • short clips of video, usually part of a longer recording.
  27. 27. Digital ImagesInternet Video o Webcasting • media presentation distributed over the Internet using streaming media technology to distribute a single content • refers to non-interactive linear streams or events • Rights and licensing bodies offer specific "webcasting licenses“ • also used extensively in the commercial sector for investor relations presentations
  28. 28. Digital ImagesInternet Video o Internet Television • the digital distribution of television content via the Internet • delivery of television shows and other video content over the internet by video streaming technology
  29. 29. Internet ForumInternet Forum or Message Board, o is an online discussion site where people can hold conversations in the form of posted messages
  30. 30. Internet ForumForum Structure A forum consists of a tree like directory structure.
  31. 31. Internet ForumForum Structure User groups o Privileges and rights are given based on these groups. Moderators (Mod) o granted access to the posts and threads of all members for the purpose of moderating discussion
  32. 32. Internet ForumForum Structure Administrator (Admin) o manage the technical details required for running the site o manage the rules, create sections and sub- sections o perform any database operations
  33. 33. Internet ForumForum Terminologies Post o is a user-submitted message enclosed into a block containing the users details and the date and time it was submitted o TS (thread starter) o OP (original post)
  34. 34. Internet ForumForum Terminologies Thread (or Topic) o is a collection of posts, usually displayed from oldest to latest, although this is typically configurable

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