Content Management Bible
Bob Boiko explains the theory behind content management and show you step-by-step how to plan and implement your own content management system. From savvy tips on publication templates and workflow models to detailed guidance on how to select the products that are right for you, it's all you need to streamline content gathering, target content delivery and boost e-business results. Find out how content differs from data and information; Understand CM fundamentals: content collection, management, and publication; See what it takes to mastermind a CM project, from securing a project mandate to choosing hardware and software products; Delve into the design of a CM system, from working with metadata and designing content components to devising content access structures; Discover how to catalog audience, design publication templates, and account for authors and acquisition sources; Use XML, Xpath, Xlink, XSLT, and other markup technologies to prepare yourcontent; Get hands-on advice for building content collection, management, and publishing systems.
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Defining Data Information and Content
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