Content Management Systems (CMS) Seminar Report With PPT

INTRODUCTION

The Definition of a CMS

A web site’s “content” is a combination of different components: text, graphics, images, scripts, included files such as Flash animations, audio/video streams or downloadable files. All of these may be components of one page, included in an HTML page using links or sometimes integrated in the HTML page itself. But even the text shown in the HTML page itself is regarded as “content”. Content management systems organize and classify these components by dividing the content from the layout. In more concrete terms, the content is stored in content files, the layout is stored in layout files (i.e. document templates). Using this approach, a CMS provides the means for treating content and layout in separate ways. This also allows using the same content in different documents and formatted for different media (“cross-media publishing”); think of an HTML page as it shows in the browser and the printer-friendly display of the same page, for example.

A content management system is a software package specifically designed to manage a website. It is installed by the web designers, but intended to be used by you. First off, it provides you with a simple, non-technical way of updating your content. This is typically (but not always) done via a web-based interface that works much like Word does. Just point-and-click, type in the new words, and hit save. The site is instantly updated. Equally easy is adding new pages, deleting old ones, or restructuring the site to match your new business model.

The CMS also automates menial tasks, such as applying the same page layout and appearance across the site. Menus and other navigation are also automatically produced. Along with the many other administrative tools, this leaves you to concentrate on the words, and not on the technology.   

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“CMS” Seminar Report

Page Length: 31 Pages

Contents:

  • Introduction To Cms
  • Advantages Of Cms
  • Different Types Of Cms
  • Web Content Management
  • Anatomy Of Cms
  • Enterprise Content Management
  • Cms Features
  • Centralized And Decentralized Authoring
  • Conclusion
  • References

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Page Length: 19 Pages

Contents:

  • Introduction
  • Objectives
  • Functions
  • Features
  • A workflow with metadata
  • Advantages
  • Disadvantages
  • Enterprise content management systems
  • References

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