Content Management Solution (eCMS)

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  • What is the Content Management System?
  • What it can do?
  • General overview of website structure
  • How pages are constructed?
  • Updating a page
  • Content auditing and workflow



What is the system that manages the content?

  • A system for managing content in a web site. Doesn't require special software for uploading pages (e.g. Dreamweaver, Visual Studio, etc.)
  • Content is in essence, any type of digital information.
  • It can be text, images, graphics, video, sound, documents, records etc.


Because, the information being managed is digital in nature - the method of managing is also typically conducted electronically.

The management refers to the process of storing content - often with associated work flows - so that the content is deemed to be managed rather than unmanaged where it is located.

The system itself is definable as a software tool, or combination or software tools, that facilitate the efficient and effective management of the content so as to achieve the desired output.

Why we have to manage content?


  • Web sites are growing way too quickly.
  • Outdated content is typically placed in archives.
  • Tools to create new content are becoming easier to use.
  • This increases the pool of potential authors.
  • There are economic and organizational pressures to move more information to the web.
  • Inside every small web site is a huge web site struggling to get out.

Factors that drive CMS

  • The number of pages on commercial and academic sites continues to increase.
  • Users are becoming more demanding and sophisticated.
  • People in the organization want changes, updates and revisions.
  • This causes bottlenecks.
  • Slowdowns can lead to stale content and inconsistency.
  • An unintended consequence of the slowdown is that it's easier for them to absolve themselves of responsibility for the site.
  • Technology changes the way an organization creates and manages content


What it does not do?

  • Does not write content!
  • Does not create site structure - needs planning.
  • Is not a design tool.
  • Does not create images.
  • Does not automatically link pages in to a site and make them visible.



Basic Page Updating Opening the file, an example...

  • Login with User Id & Password + Authentication
  • Navigate in web browser to the administrative modules and locate the page you wish to update.
  • Click on edit option to open edit screen.
  • Modify the page and click on 'Save' to save the edited version.


Editing and Saving

  • Focus on text - ignore images and tables.
  • Just start deleting and adding text as you would in Word. You can:
    • Format text with bold and italics - avoid underline
    • Insert bullet points
    • Insert text links to other pages
    • Insert images and table
  • Save after every stage - not 100% stable yet.


Saving and Publishing - audit and workflow

  • Focus on text - ignore images and tables.
  • Most people set up as authors, so have to request approval for page to be published.
  • When finished editing, click to save
  • Click 'submit for approval'
  • E-mail to Editor automatically sent
  • Editor can approve page or reject it. Both actions trigger an e-mail to inform author of action taken.


Advanced Features

  • Navigating the CMS (intermediate level)
  • Creating hyperlinks
  • Using images
  • Using tables
  • Style sheets and attributes
  • Create dynamic data sections with dynamic data population


How will our CMS benefit organizations?

  • Separation of design, structure, and content.
  • Content production without programming or design experience.
  • Decentralized maintenance.
  • Designed with non-technical content authors in mind.
  • Configurable access restrictions.
  • Consistency of design is preserved.
  • Navigation is automatically generated and adjusted.
  • Content is stored in a database.
  • Dynamic content.
  • Cooperation.
  • Content scheduling.


Who needs a content management system?

Organizations need a content management system if they:

  • Contents needs to be published and managed based on the geographic positioning of their employees.
  • Publish contents to their employees on a regular basis.
  • Use the same content over and over again in one publication and needs to be used in more than one publication or document.
  • Publish their content to more than one media channel.
  • Publish their content in multiple languages.


Scalable | Multi-location | Multi-company | Customizable | Mobile friendly | Ready to use & more.

For license starts from Rs.100/- per user per month
(With a selected range of products)

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