The Key Benefits of Browser Based Content Management
The Browser based Content Management application can be used to create and update a web page on the fly, using only your browser window. Regardless of where you are, if you have a connection to the Internet, you can keep maintaining your web pages with the current information. The Browser based Content Management application provides an intuitive interface which enables you to create a web page in a very short period of time compared to the time you spend in the same process while using the other tools.
The development of internet has been very rapid in the last few years. With more usage of internet for business, organizations are facing difficulties in managing the rising content levels. Till a few years ago, creating and maintaining a website was to cost a few hundreds or thousands of dollars. Nowadays, there are many content management systems which enable you to easily and cost-effectively create and manage websites in a very short period of time. The Browser based Content Management solutions enable you in developing and managing websites easily.
Nowadays, you could find more shareware and freeware available on the internet. You can just download a tool of your choice and start using it. There are plenty of powerful tools that are available for use free of cost. The tools include shareware and freeware editors, FTP clients, and graphics packages. There is no need for you to worry thinking whether your operating system would support these tools or not. Most of the tools effectively work on any computer with any operating system connected to the Internet, simply because they accessed directly from the Internet.
You can use the Browser based Content Management application to create a weblog or blog. A weblog is the descendant of the old .plan and .project files that are still used by people to give updates on their projects. A weblog however looks a lot more like an online news site. The weblog is designed to let you add comments, notes, messages, or any other content to the page on a regular basis, and this it where it excels. You have full control over the entire page from within the editor of the Browser based Content Management application. Therefore, you can update your HTML from any browser without the need to install an editor or use an FTP client on that machine. The file is actually sent directly from the Browser based Content Management application to your server.
The first step in the process of creating a weblog is to sign into the Browser based Content Management application and create an account. When the account is successfully created, you are ready to create a weblog. Simply click on "create new blog". The page that comes up will be a forms page. Specify a title and description for your weblog, the URL where your project will end up, the FTP server and path, and the filename of the weblog. The first time you create a weblog, the path should already exist but the file should not be available. Now you are ready to name your weblog with the .html extension.
When you click create, a split screen appears. You can enter your web content in HTML in a similar way if you were using HTML to reply to an online message board or e-mail. Read the instructions in the lower half of the screen, enter some random text or HTML, and click on the post button at the top of the screen. The screen will update with your message appearing on the bottom half and you are given the opportunity to publish now. Once the content is published, you can click on "view web page" to see your creation.
of the Browser based Content Management application provides many templates
which can be used to control the entire look of your web pages. The more
HTML you know, the more you can spruce up your page and make it jump through
hoops. Whenever you want to test, just click the "save changes"
button and then republish the page. You can use the template and settings
functions of the Browser based Content Management application to easily
control the look and feel of your web page. You can create regular archives
and control when they update. You can also give permission to other users
to change the content of your web page. By setting various permissions,
you not only give access to update your web page, but also limit those
permissions to specific functions. This allows multiple people to update
a single page without worrying about stepping on each other's code.
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