Content Management Systems (CMS) automate the process of creating, publishing, and updating web site content. They make maintaining and updating the content of a web site easier, giving the content contributors, not just the web team, the means with which to manage their own content. They are usually made up of a front-end editor for inputting content, a back-end system for storing the content, and a template mechanism to get the content onto the web site.
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This book will guide you through the process of arriving at a content management solution, including the background knowledge you need to know, how to go about getting a solution, implementing the solution, and migrating existing content to it.About the Author:
Dave Addey - who has experience in building and implementing we systems, and now runs a CMS consultancy
James Ellis - writer of a CMS article on alistapart.com
Phil Suh - who has experience of building and evaluating CMS. He also co-founded the cms-list (cms-list.org)
David Thiemecke - who was the architect for QuantumCMS, and co-founded Algonquin Studios
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Descripción Apress, 2003. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M1590592468