CMS (Content Management Systems) Training
CMS’s are computer applications that allow users to create and modify digital content. Content Management systems provide a cooperative environment that support multiple users in separation of content and presentation. CMS features include version control, indexing, format management, history editing, Web-based publishing, indexing, search and retrieval.
A Web content management system (WCM/WCMS) is a CMS designed to support and regulate the content of Web pages. The content can be displayed and customised by the user/client. The content includes text, embedded graphics/images, videos, audio, maps and program code (for applications/widgets).
The following are examples of both CMS and WCMS (Web content management) applications:
- Text Pattern
- Radiant CMS.
- Cushy CMS.
Our CMS training will teach you (with jargon free terminology):
- What CMS is and how to log on
- How to define ‘Content Types’ and add content
- Using Templates to add content to the website
- The value of a CMS
- Preparing Content for the website
- Adding attachments and links to the content
- Understanding Workflow
- Editing content on the system
And much more……
At NWWOL our aim is to provide constructive training in the capabilities of CMS’s. Capabilities such as managing and/or editing various types of content, as well as tips on how to check and verify content before publishing it online. All of this without you having to know how to program code in HTML.