Content-Management



General information about Content Management Systems

A Content Management System [CMS] is used as the name suggests, the content management of text, data and multimedia files. The original design of content management systems [CMS] is the administration of such content. Based on the input of content without programming knowledge to enjoy CMS applications growing in popularity, especially on the World Wide Web [WWW]. Meanwhile, the CMS content management systems have become complex and that the area continues to rise unabated. The popularity of CMS has now also held in private collection users.

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TYPO3 is built around content management concepts that are intuitive and easy to master. Pages are organized into a hierarchical page tree. Each piece of content is clearly represented in the page module. All records can be accessed with a universal list module. Built-in WYSIWYG editors allow non-technical users to efficiently and effectively manage content.