Category: CMS

Jul 30

Oracle WebCenter Products

WebCenter Content “Users share information efficiently on their choice of device and in process-centric business applications. Complete content lifecycle management in the most scalable and comprehensive enterprise content management system.”   WebCenter Sites  “Marketers engage, guide, and convert customers with media rich online experience for web & mobile.”   WebCenter Portal “Users create intuitive portals, …

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Jul 30

Oracle WebCenter Sites Features (OWCS)

Easy-To-Use Content Authoring and Design Tools For Business Users Sophisticated Customer Segment-Based Targeting and Predictive Targeting via Oracle Real-Time Decisions Integration Granular Analytics for Optimizing Web Content, Promotions, and Offers User-Generated Content and Personalized,Customizable Gadgets with Enterprise Moderation, Including Comments, Ratings, Reviews, and Blogs Highly Scalable Web Content Management (WCM) Platform for Delivery of a …

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Jul 30

LifeRay Enterprise CMS Features

LifeRay Enterprise CMS Features: Web Publishing: “Lufthansa Flight Training School developed an extensive employee portal, including a sophisticated employee store and shopping cart application implemented alongside standard content, using the Liferay web publishing capability.”   Unified Documents & Media “Liferay’s portal and community aspects allow individual document libraries to be available to each site or …

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Jul 30

Web Content Management, Content Management System: OpenCMS, LifeRay, DNN, Kentico, WordPress, Drupal, SharePoint

Content Management is an Integral Part for Most Businesses including Enterprises. Actually, enterprises need them more than the others. Government will always need CMS.   Apparently, CMS market is Pretty Crowded: http://www.cmsmatrix.org/   But I see WordPress has better ranking than OWCS : https://www.trustradius.com/compare-products/oracle-webcenter-vs-wordpress 10 Reasons Why a CMS is Important to Your Business http://www.oshyn.com/blogs/2016/april/10-reasons-why-a-cms-is-important-to-your-business?page=NaN …

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Mar 14

Hubspo

“HubSpot’s all-in-one inbound marketing software allows businesses to transform the way that they market and sell online. Our software includes everything marketers and sales teams need to attract, convert, and close customers.” https://www.hubspot.com/products/faq/hubspot-vs-wordpress-cms

Jul 05

Web Crossing: Industry Standard CMS/Social Networking Software

This post actually is from 2008. Like this one, many other recent posts on http://SitesTree.com are being brought (and being edited by me) from http://salearningSchool.com (this site will retire soon) Just working with Web Crossing on Administration and Configuration of Communities, Community Members, and Community Applications. Want to learn more about Web Crossing please check …

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Jul 05

Localization in Web Crossing (A CMS)

Not well written, but should make sense. Web Crossing maintains a list of words/strings that can be displayed in any language. Usually, these words/strings have a key and a value, these words/strings are kept in a file and a database showing relationships between the keys and values. If you want to change the language for …

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Jul 05

Joomla in Use: Who uses Joomla

Who uses Joomla Magazine publishing companies: http://www.yourwedding.com .au/ A medium-sized municipality in Florida: www.longwoodfl.org A public library in metro Detroit: www.ropl.org An interconnectivity service company: www.telx.com A community/news site about Macs: www.nzmac.com A community site about smartphones: www.everythingtreo.com Some Third Party Joomla Components that are used frequently: Bookmarks component (www.tegdesign.ch) Community Builder (www.joomlapolis.com) eXiT-Poll (www.phpprojects.net) …

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Jul 05

OpenCMS Resources. Java EE Open Source CMS

OpenCMS installation overview: The instructions work perfectly to my test Wiki Based Tutorial on OpenCMS Some Topics to Learn in OpenCMS Installing OpenCms, and basic concepts Using the OpenCms Workplace Exploring the core architecture and the virtual file system Working with JSP templates Creating OpenCms modules Adding custom resource types Exporting to static HTML Deploying …

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Jul 05

Add Calendar/Event Support in Drupal

Required modules: Views, Date, Calendar, CCK (content), Text, Node Reference, Options Widgets. You can download the modules from Drupal web-site. For calendar, http://drupal.org/project/calendar. For date replace calendar with date in the previous url (http://drupal.org/project/calendar => date). For views, replace with views. How to install: unzip and upload to the modules folder in the Drupal installation. …

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Jul 04

Open Source Content Management Systems

Drupal, Joomla, Plone, and WordPress are some good examples. xCatalyst is another one. You can find more information on your CMS at (under this web-site): Check the following resources for more information on CMSes. http://geeksandgod.com/forum/calendar-drupal http://www.linux.com/feature/60948 http://www.alledia.com/blog/general-cms-issues/joomla-and-drupal-which-one-is-right-for-you/ http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/events-calendar/ http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/events-calendar/ http://codex.wordpress.org/Photoblogs_and_Galleries http://www.joomlashack.com/tutorials/158-creating-a-blog-site-with-joomla http://extensions.joomla.org/extensions/content-&-news/random-news http://www.esxinc.com/images/ESX/Documents/xCatalyst-Modules-Summary.pdf

Sep 05

Comparisons Open Source Content Management Systems

For comparisons, I will mostly leave you to check the links provided. — Before Anything: If you find, CMS software to be easy to use, and think that web-sites are easy applications. Might be, however, developing a great CMS system can be complex enough if not highly complex. Writing a CMS software with a great architecture …

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