portalmixPHP is a CMS written in PHP. This project has been founded by a team of independent ICT consultants from Argentina.
Alpha release interacts with mySQL and it is mainly intended to help in managing Intranets
CMS is a Perl-based groupware application that allows a group of people to share documents via a Web interface. Documents can be checked-in, checked-out, reserved, etc.
Content management systems support the creation, management, distribution, publishing, and discovery of corporate information. Also known as ‘web content management' (WCM), these systems typically focus on online content targeted at either a corporate website or intranet.
Software that updates the databases read by database driven webpages. A content management system can update a websites' content from a user friendly environment without the need for technical development knowledge.
A system used to manage the content of a Web site. Can allow a content manager or author, who may not know Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), to manage the creation, modification, and removal of content from a Web site without needing the expertise of a Webmaster.
Content Management System. The management of content / web pages via a web based control panel. See this page for more information on an actual CMS product. Content Management Systems make it easy for non-technical users to update and manage articles, news stories, or entire web pages. They usually come with feature that include user access levels, file uploads 25, WYSIWYG editors, password protected login, customization options, document search engines, customizable HTML templates, and many other features. The administrator also determines what pages can be edited by each user. Also know as Page Publishers or Page Updaters, content management systems allow site owners (rather than webmasters) to easily update their site's content without having any HTML knowledge required and without fear of things going horribly wrong. By passing on the responsibility of updates to clients, webmasters also save time and frustration.
Is a program or suite of programs to allow the easy update of web pages with little technical knowledge at all. No HTML coding is generally required. Web sites have to be set up to allow CMS updates.
A content management system separates the content of a Web site from its code, allowing nontechnical users to update, approve and post content.
This is a piece of software that usually lives on the server. It allows you, the website owner, and your lackeys (people who work for you) to manage the content of your website (the words, links, and images) without having to muck about in FTP, SSH, or any other complex webmaster tools. Learn more about CMS's on the wikipedia.
A CMS supports the creation, management, distribution, publishing, and discovery of content from cradle to grave. A CMS helps users find what they're looking for. It also separates content from presentation. See StepTwo Designs.
A CMS is a software for managing content on a Web site directly on the server.
ontent anagement ystems store content in a database separately from the templates that control its appearance on the website so content can be easily updated, used and reused in a number of contexts without anyone having to know anything about web programming. Also knows as a CMS. Expanded/Alternate Definition(s) Clarity Connect's proprietary CMS is known as Clarity Console.
CMS software allows easy creation, update, approval, and publishing of Web pages to a Web site. Hundreds and thousands of pages can be updated simultaneously, on user friendly interfaces. CMS systems often use dynamic content, with dynamic urls which makes for the web site to be invisible to spiders. Enclick's Search Engine Friendly Indexer, is compatible with most CMS systems, and generates search engine friendly apges for each of your products - be it 100 or 1,000,0000.
A system that can be used to adjust information or contents of a website through a simple interface. Media Design provides the CMS Snelsite, which is developed by Media Design itself.
a collaborative tool with a large number of content contributors working together to maintain site correctness and integrity
a combination of scripts and software that makes the job of running a paysite almost as simple as paying someone else to do it
a customized software package that allows users to easily manage the content of their site
a fancy word to refer to a tool, usually residing on a server, to manage the bits that make up a web site
a flexible tool allowing these changes to be made quickly and easily, without involving costly web design agencies charging by the hour
an add on module to your website that allows someone without extensive knowledge of html and web development to update simple content on the site
an automated way of managing content, whether that content is a sentence or a full document, an image, a video, or a sound clip
a necessity when your web site's content is changed regularly and needs to be updated just as fast, at anytime of the day, and by anyone in your company including yourself
a program that allows the website owner to update the website
a set of tools and methodologies that enables technical and non technical people to create, edit, manage a
a software package specifically designed to manage a website
a software package that allows users to create, update and edit content for their Web site
a software tool used to manage content through an interface layer
a solution we can provide to your company, to simplify updating your website
a system that allows users to add, edit, update and delete their website content quickly and easily through the use of an administration section on their website and a database (usually MySQL, MSSQL or Access
a system that allows you to update your website
a system used to organize and facilitate collaborative content creation
a system where you can update your Web site or database content remotely by logging into your admin area
a term used to describe a set of processes and tools used to support content creation, storing, delivery and sharing content more widely, thereby serving audiences more effectively and leveraging available expertise and resources
a tool that enables any staff member in an organization - with or without an IT background - to manage and update web content without the help of a webmaster
a tool that enables the owner of a website to update the information on their site without the need to contact their webmaster
a tool that lets you manage the information on your web site without having to know anything about HTML or web development
a tool that supports the creation, management, distribution, publishing, and discovery of content
a tool that will
a type of website which allows the owner to quickly and easily change the information and images displayed
a way of storing the content of a website seperately from the design, so that no specialist software is required to update the content by the site owners
a web application specifically designed for the purpose of managing a website
a web based application which allows you to create, modify, remove and organize the information and pictures on your website without prior knowledge of HTML or other web technologies
a web based software solution
a web-integrated application that allows site administrators to easily update their site content through web forms in a rich text environment
a web portal that is all
If you have a static HTML website then to update your content you must edit your HTML files and upload them to the server. This is fine if you have a good knowledge of HTML but if you don't then you'll have to pay a programmer to do it. With a Content Management System, your pages contain the required code to pull content stored on an online database and write it into your pages. The Content Management System will include an easy to use interface that allows you to update the content held in the database without the need to know HTML or any programming techniques.
A system used to organize and facilitate digital content. Originally as simple as a rolodex or encyclopedia, today's content management systems are elaborate software/database applications designed to store and process large amounts of complex information.
This is a software application that makes it possible for non-technical users to publish content to a website. A CMS serves as a store for a wide range of information assets, including text, image databases and so on. Information loaded into the system can be structured and output in a number of different ways. In some instances, for example, a piece of content may appear in two different places on a site. A CMS can be reasonably simple or very complex. There is a wide range of CMS products available, developed by providers such as Microsoft, the open source community and small development companies. Choosing the right CMS can be an important decision for your organisation.
A tool allowing Web site owners to enter content on their site and easily make changes to content, that might interfere with certain aspects of search engine optimization—depending on how the pages are ultimately displayed.
A web content management system allows the content manager or author to manage the creation, modification, archiving and removal of content from a web site using a graphic interface that doesn't require the expertise of a web specialist.
Software designed to help manage the display of web pages and other documents on a web site. Most content management software can be controlled and operated using your browser (like Firefox or Internet Explorer).
This refers to a system that aids in the management of websites. A content management system allows the editorial, design and technical roles to be separated. This allows non-technical staff to own and manage their own sections of a website. In e-democracy, a simple content management system is necessary if, for example, councillors are expected to maintain and update their own databases. A weblog can be considered a simple CMS, whereas large, complex CMSs are databases for managing complex sites with many pages, editors and types of content
Software that enables one to add and/or manipulate content on a Web site. Typically, a CMS consists of two elements: the content management application (CMA) and the content delivery application (CDA). The CMA element allows the content manager or author, who may not know HTML, to manage the creation, modification, and removal of content from a Web site without needing the expertise of a Web master. The CDA element uses and compiles that information to update the Web site. The features of a CMS system vary, but most include Web-based publishing, format management, revision control, and indexing, search, and retrieval
A system comprising hardware and software that allows an organisation to manage its content--usually web content--by automating business and other processes and providing an authoring environment for web publishers.
A software package that enables content to be managed on one or more websites. A content management system allows one or more authors to prepare and publish information online, without needing to prepare HTML code. Modern systems allow information and resources (images, scripts, etc.) to be stored in a database for re-use, automatic indexing and searching, and for workflow management (authorisation, publication, retirement, archiving).
A CMS is software or an application that is used to collaboratively manage and edit digital materials. Often, the term CMS is used to refer to the management of the image, copy, and interactive elements for a Web site. CMS software can be proprietary or open source. CMS can also be used to store other types of information. See also Enterprise Content Management (ECM).
An easy to use interface that allows non-technical people to update, create and easily format site content. Changes are automatically reflected on the Web site.
Infrastructure system that is used to store and retrieve information on a website
Content Management Systems (CMS) are used to store and subsequently find and retrieve large amounts of data. Content Management Systems work by indexing text, audio clips, images, etc., within a database. In addition, CMS often provide version control and check in/check out capabilities. Using robust built-in search capabilities, users can quickly find a piece of content from within a database by typing in keywords, the date the element was created, the name of the author, or other search criteria. Content Management Systems are often used to create information portals for organizations and can serve as the foundation for the practice of knowledge management. They can also be used to organize documents and media assets. For example, a newspaper agency may use a content management system to provide an archive of every story ever written for the paper. Likewise, they might use the CMS to provide an extensive library of photographs that are reusable for future stories.
Automates the process of creating, publishing, and updating content. Some content management systems can handle any kind of content for publishing to multiple formats/channels, but the most common application is for websites. Content management systems make maintaining and updating the content of a website easier, giving all content contributors (not just the web team) the means with which to manage their own content.
A program that enables you to edit the text, files, and images that make up the content of your site. Web Services uses a program called eMPower that allows you to upload images and files as well as edit online in a word processing view or html code view. Data: Any information that is important to you or your application.
A mechanism by which an ordinary mortal can make routine updates to their website without the intervention of a web guru. Systems that will handle every page on a site exist, but they are very buggy, and generally require that every page be customized for them. Ultimately, they cost more than they save. An exception to the rule is a system that allows updating of a database, when the affected pages are auto-generated from that database. We do that for high-maintenance pages, like realtor home listings, or pages of constantly-changing financial data.
A content management system is software that is installed on your web server that allows you to manage your entire website through a web browser. The content management system has many modules that can be added on to allow for expanded functionality.
Our Content Management System is specifically developed for the fishing industry. In recent years anyone who wanted to publish on the Internet needed to be a programmer or Webmaster. Not so anymore! Using your computer and the Explorer Browser, our Content Management software can be accessed 24/7. Online you can build and edit your web site or fishing report. Non-technical persons can easily change design, modify page contents and upload photo automaticlly. Our Content Manager software allows users to publish web pages by entering information on friendly looking forms and uploading photos from their computer. The Content Manager generates the HTML code to publish the page, automatically resizes photos, tells the browser where to put the information on a page and collects information for listing on Fisheyesoup.com
Frequently a web application used for managing websites and web content, though in many cases, content management systems require special client software for editing and constructing articles. From Wikipedia.
This is a method of allowing our clients to update particular pages of their website themselves, via a piece of software we have written. This means that the client can amend a page as easy as using Word, and simply press a button to upload the amended page to their website. Extremely useful if you have to change an area of your site frequently, eg for holiday bookings.
CMS organises the content of a website and enables someone who is not an expert in web design or HTML to easily create, edit or delete pages.
A system which allows the owner/administrator of a website to update the content (rather than the layout) of a web page. This allows non-technical users to update websites.
A centralized software application or set of applications that facilitates and streamlines the process of designing, testing, approving, and posting elearning content, usually on web pages.
A program for generating, organising, storing and publishing content for a dynamic website. The use of a content manangement system means that website content can be kept up to date by editors and other contributors who do not have to have special knowledge about HTML or other Web technologies.
system for the creation, modification, archiving and removal of information resources from an organised repository. Includes tools for publishing, format management, revision control, indexing, search and retrieval.
Programming and/or software that enables one to add and/or manipulate content on a Web site. Typically the user is provided an administrative area (username and password protected) where content on the site can be added, edited and or deleted.
A CMS is a collection of tools designed to allow the creation, modification organisation and removal of information from a web site. A CMS allows users who have little to no knowledge of HTML to modify existing web pages with ease.
is a browser based interface which allows the owner to update the content of their web site whenever they want. Crontab command, found in Unix and Unix-like operating systems, is used to schedule commands to be executed periodically.
A Content Management System allows the client to make updates and changes to their website themselves, via a web-based interface. Our Content Management System is called E-Z Suite, and consist of 5 components, of which the client can choose to use some or all of. E-Z Suite Information
allows content to be stored, retrieved, edited, updated, controlled, then output in a variety of ways such that the incremental cost of each update cycle and output production shrinks dramatically over time
From a web perspective, a content management system (CMS) supports the creation, management, distribution, publishing, and discovery of information on a website. It covers the complete lifecycle of the documents or pages on a site, from providing simple tools to create the content, through to publishing, and finally to archiving. It also provides the ability to manage the structure of the site, the appearance of the published pages, and the navigation provided to the users.
A content management system is a system used to manage the content of a Web site. Typically, a CMS consists of two features: the content management application (CMA) and the content delivery application (CDA): (i) The CMA element allows the content author, who may not be technical, to manage the creation, modification, and removal of content from a web site without needing the expertise of a technical web page developer. (ii) The CDA element uses and compiles that information to update the Web site. The features of a CMS system vary, but most include Web-based publishing, format management, and version control.
A tool used to organize data. Some are very elaborate and expensive; some are free and easy to use. The trick is finding the best and most affordable CMS for your organization.
A standard HTML website is static and fixed. Which means that to change any text and images, the page files that make up the site must be edited then uploaded to the web server. To do this you either have to be a web programmer or you have to hire one. With a content management system, the content within the pages that make up the site is not pre-written into the pages, but pulled from an online database when a user requests a page. You have the ability to alter the content within the database at any time via an easy to use administration interface with your web browser. The logon to your administration uses a secure password therefore no one else can alter your website.
a software system where web contents can be administered (Management). Content, application logic and presentation are stored separately to obtain more flexibility in the management.
Synonyms: CMS, document management system Related Terms: embedded search engine Software that manages corporate documents and other important data. CMS often includes document version tracking, document security enforcement, workflow automation, and often have an embedded search engine to allow users to search through all the documents quickly.
Software for dynamically managing web site content directly on the server.
An administrative software system that enables a user to add or change content on a website.
A Content Management System (CMS) automates the process of creating, managing, maintaining, publishing and updating various kinds of content. Content Management Systems are used to single source content that can then be published in different delivery formats such as print, Web, online, etc.
A professional content management system is password protected and allows anyone granted access to it (by you) to update your site content without requiring knowledge of writing web pages. A CMS is ideal for updating content that changes frequently or needs to be amended quickly such as prices, quantities and availability. Also, a CMS is a convenient way to add news items to keep your customers informed.
Software for dynamically managing web site content via a web browser.
A system used to organise and facilitate collaborative content creation.
A Content Management System (CMS) allows the end user to update content on their website with minimal technical skills or expensive know how. Sliced currently produce a web content management system which is browser-based. This means that the website administrator(s) can update the content on their website through any compatible website browser.
A content management system (CMS) is a computer software system used to assist its users in the process of content management. CMS facilitates the organization, control, and publication of a large body of documents and other content, such as images and multimedia resources. A CMS often facilitates the collaborative creation of documents.