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Web Content Management System CREATED BY Joshua Jylsus Mendes MBA –IT 1003011066 Jitendra Purohit MBA – IT 10030141055
WEB CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM The need to update websites faster to keep content fresh has been ever growing. Business owner s always want their Web designer to update their website faster and content management systems have played an important role in this. A content management system allows you to create, manage, store and edit massive amounts of content without any HTML programming skill. Because you are able to edit your content from any computer with an Internet connection, you no longer have to rely on third-party developers or companies to keep your website up to date. 2
WEB CMS For many companies, updating a website is not something to look forward to because it can be a lengthy and, over time, expensive process. Most companies search for easier means of accomplishing their goals. The solution that many large and small companies have found is a CMS. The easy-to-use application allows your company to control its online identity with little to no knowledge of Web design.
CAPABLITIES OF A WEB CMS Automated Templates Easily Editable Content Web Standards Upgrades
TYPES OF WEB CMS Online Processing (frying systems) Hybrid Systems
ONLINE PROCESSING (Frying System) ONLINE PROCESSING (Frying System) These systems apply templates on-demand. HTML may be generated when a user visits the page, or pulled from a cache. Frying systems generate pages on the fly when they are requested by the end user,”. Frying systems excel when requirements include personalization, access control, and other presentation logic. Drupal (open source) Joomla! (open source) Most open source WCMSs have the capability to support add-ons, which provide extended capabilities including forums, blog, wiki, web-stores, photo-galleries, contact-management, etc. These are often called modules, nodes, widgets, add-ons or extensions.
HYBRID SYSTEMS Some systems combine the offline and online approaches. Some systems write out executable code (e.g JSP, ASP, PHP, ColdFusion, or Perl pages) rather than just static HTML, so that the CMS itself does not need to be deployed on every Web server. Other hybrids operate in either an online or offline mode.
STANDARD FEATURES OF CMS STANDARD FEATURES OF CMS Publishing Typography Organisation Member Management Built-in Security
ADDITIONAL FEATURES OF CMS ADDITIONAL FEATURES OF CMS Company Blog E-Commerce Multi-Language Support Discussion Forums Video Management Photo Galleries Newsletters / Mailing Lists Statistics / Web Tracking Multiple Website Support
SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION If your website changes regularly, then you may be interested in indexing of your website on search engine. WCMS provided you with hosts of options for search engine indexing. SEO Techniques: Freshness Thoroughness Speed Customization
ADVANTAGES OF CMS Allow for multiple users Ability to easily add/edit web content Allows for frequent updates Users do not need to be able to write code Web-based CMS can be free or very low cost Provides a central hub so all users can keep up to date on site changes Sets the stage for uniform pages, so multiple users don’t stray from the overall design Some provide attractive templates and imaging.