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Content Management System
Solution White Paper



TABLE OF CONTENTS

CMS Primer .................................................................................................................................1
 
CMS Overview ............................................................................................................................2
 
Authoring Tools & Features.........................................................................................................3
 
Frequently Asked Questions ........................................................................................................4
 
Component Feature Breakdown ...................................................................................................5
 
Screens & Utilities .......................................................................................................................6
 
Why Choose DotNetNuke? ........................................................................................................12
 


CMS Primer

Content management refers to the practice of disseminating organizational information in a method to
effectively categorize, store and manage thousands of files, pages and information across a website. It is
also specific to the timely release of program information to constituents in a method that provides
governance, standards, and control over the display of the site content.

Formerly limited to web developers and users familiar with HTML, content management has been a
manual process that historically consumed tremendous organizational resources. It also created
dependency on third parties to home grow original solutions and handle routine organizational
communications at a very expensive price point. The advent of Web 2.0 provides a new generation of
tools and technologies that reduce the technical complexity of producing dynamic web content.
Additionally, modular solutions have grown over time to produce a comprehensive platform of tools
now in their fourth generation. As a result, web publishing is democratized and no longer the exclusive
domain of technical developers.

A Content Management System (CMS) provides a framework for solving a problem that all
organizations have: to have a friendly way to manage their public website and communications,
maintain a member’s website, and have a portfolio of pre-built solutions to leverage. Through use of a
content management tool, organizations are empowered to directly control their website and program
communications with internal resources. By creating a “distributed authored” environment, departments
take ownership of their sites, pages or libraries and can directly update them through any browser and at
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Page Management
Super Users can create pages
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tools that show the hierarchy of
the site.
Recycle Bin
All deleted pages, modules and
content are stored in a recycle
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Newsletters
Create and distribute
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CMS Glossary
Portal: A Web site or service that offers a broad array of resources and services such as
communities, forums, and distributed authoring tools. Portals are more advanced than websites due
to the fact they offer an integrated and personalized web-based interface to information, applications,
and collaborative services which usually support large communities.

Home Page: Main page of a Web site or workspace. Usually has hyperlinks to other pages, both
inside and outside the site; one Web site can contain many home pages.

Portal Workspace: A sub-site based on the Shared Workspace or Meeting Workspace site
templates which represent an organized collection of documents, content sources, management
folders, categories, document profiles, subscriptions, and discussions. It provides a central location to
organize, manage, and publish content; in many instances your portal workspace will also be your
home page.

Meeting Workspace Site: A Web site based on a meeting event that is used for planning, posting,
and working together on meeting materials, and following up after a meeting or series of meetings. It
is most commonly used for meeting dashboards and sharing administrative information.

Document Workspace Site: A Web site within the portal based on the Document Workspace
template that workspace members use for discussing, editing, and working together on a document.

Child Page: A named subdirectory of a top-level Web site that is a complete Web site or workspace.
Each sub area can have independent administration, authoring, and browsing permissions from the
top-level Web sites and other sub-sites.

Web Module: A unit of information that consists of a title bar, a frame, functions, and content.
Modules are the basic building blocks of a Web Page.

Authentication: The process of proving that you are who you claim to be.

Authorization: The process of determining what a user is permitted to do.

Rights: Permission to perform specific actions with site content, such as viewing or modifying a page.
Rights are enabled or disabled for a user or assigned to a Security Group (to which users belong) in
Active Directory that is given access to an area. Users can perform only those actions allowed by the
rights assigned to their role.

Reader: Rights that allow users to view an area, pages, and their contents.

Contributor: A collection of targeted rights that enable a user to view pages and documents in a
library and contribute to discussions. These rights usually include but are not limited to being able to
Add Items, Edit Items, and Delete Items.

Content Manager: A collection of targeted rights that enable a user to manage pages and content on
a site or workspace. These rights usually include but are not limited to being able to Delete Items,
Add/Remove Web Parts, and Enable Versioning.

Site Administrator: A collection of targeted rights that enable a user to manage pages, site
structures, and security settings. These rights usually include but are not limited to being able to
Delete Items, Add/Remove Web Parts, and Enable Versioning.

Portal Administrator: Sysop rights to administer the architecture, infrastructure, security, and
management of the portal.
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