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Content Management

The popularity of content-management applications has been growing for years. When the dot-com boom started, everything was about e-commerce and shopping cart this and shopping cart that. When the newness started to wane, people were left with a lot of content on their web sites, but no means to maintain the code—other than to hire a staff full of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) jockeys to cut and paste it for them.

The goal of content management is to addresses the problem of maintaining up-to-date information in a system that enables content contribution and delivery, content deployment, and content maintenance. A good content-management solution should give real-time content updates, revision tracking, and content archiving. It should also enable users to maintain the state of their content within the context that it is displayed—without leaving the web site to visit a clunky management portal.


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