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Content management is the organizing, categorizing, and structuring of information resources (text, images, documents etc.) so that they can be stored, published, and edited with ease and flexibility. A content management system (CMS) is used to collect, manage, and publish content, storing the content either as components or whole documents, while maintaining dynamic links between components.

Content Management Features

  • Fast and simple - everything is handled in the browser!
  • User-friendly interface, just 'Point and Click' - no technical or programming skills are required. It also comes with clear User Guides and a handy online help system.
  • Completely online HTML WYSIWYG Editing (What You See is What You Get) - if you can use Microsoft Word, then you can use the Content Management System! Rich text formatting, search, replace, undo, redo, cut, copy, paste, tables, links, images and much more!
  • Create slick tables fast - set their border color, alignment, spacing and more. Once created, simply right click on it for a handy popup attribute menu!
  • Upload images directly into your content - using the powerful Content Management System image manager is a snap.
  • Instant template previews - see instant snapshot previews of the templates you are creating.
  • Requires HTML or programming knowledge - If you can use Microsoft Word, you can use a Content Management System! No need to worry about coding!
elmagio technologies has the expertise to deploy for your company a content management system from a range of open source systems like Mambo Content Management System, that we employ for our web site, to fully commercial systems like Microsoft Content Management Server. Depending on your needs we could set up, design, create the structure of the web site and train your authoring personnel on how to use the back end of the system to add, remove or update the content of you web site.


 

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 15 June 2005 )