An Insight to Linux Content Management
Linux content management system offers a unique combination of website/content, user, database, document/resources, fileserver, network, backup and automation management. You can deploy the Linux content management systems to quickly develop powerful internet and intranet web solutions, collaborative network environments, complex data structures and more. The Linux content management system provides powerful tools that allow you to create and maintain large and complex internet and intranet solutions. In addition, the Linux content management system provides greater flexibility so that you can perform all tasks from a simple content management system to a complete library management system without the need of any additional programming, and is completely web-based and browser independent.
The Linux content management system offers a wide range of management tools which include a complete content management system, a complete users and groups management system, a complete database management system, fileserver automation tools, network management tools, and automation tools. These tools can be accessed via web and are fully compatible with all browsers. The Linux content management system does not force the user to use a specific browser software. This system supports all the popular web browsers available in the market, which include Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape 6.2 and 7x, Apple Safari, and Opera.
The Linux content management system is designed to rapidly implement complex web based Internet and Intranet solutions. The tools of the Linux content management system are designed to immediately show the most relevant information. In addition, the tools allow you to create, to modify and to expand your projects in a minimum time period. The entire system is designed to handle thousands of web pages, documents and files in a much better and easier way. The administration interface of the Linux content management system is designed to combine the huge amount of available features and options with an easy to use web based graphical user interface. As all the tools of the Linux content management system are designed to be as intuitive as possible, this helps reduce the amount of necessary training sessions and maximizes the end users autonomy.
Most of the tools available in the market offer only a basic framework which allows you to build solutions which are not an "out-of-the-box" solution. Therefore, these solutions require much customizing which generally takes up hundreds of development/programming hours before you can start using them. Whereas the Linux content management system can be installed on a server within 10 minutes, and the basic setup only takes another 5 minutes. After those 15 minutes a demo website is already up and running, you can login as administrator and start making your changes. All modules are fully set up and ready to use.
The Linux content management system offers a fully featured content management system to keep your internet and/or intranet web solution up to date. This content management system includes all features that are found in a high end content management system. Some of the features of this content management system include the provision for multiple administrators to make changes simultaneously to the website, built-in logfile, versioning and archiving features, possibility to restore past versions, definable owner and access permissions for all objects, role-based administration, separation of page template, page structure and content objects, and dynamic creation of all web pages. Additional features include automatic link generation, link checking, keyword linking, time based object activation and expiration, object status and classification, and a script command language to implement dynamic and interactive features.
content management system provides a tool called Wiki Manager which allows
visitors and registered users to create their own web pages and projects
without any HTML knowledge. Web pages can be added and modified using
a simple web interface without the need for additional software and FTP
upload. The web pages can contain text, images, galleries, tables, links,
audio/video files, documents both MS Word and PDF, etc. The content of
the web pages can be modified without any kind of code. The Wiki Manager
of the Linux content management system offers many advanced features which
include freely definable reading and writing access rights for each project,
definable project and page layouts, allowing/disallowing individual project
and page layouts, page owner, page access rights, locking pages, locking
single page paragraphs, the ability to modify the same page by multiple
users at the same time, and built-in versioning and archiving features,
automated backups, restoring pages and paragraphs, logfiles.
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