cms- content management system

A content management system (CMS) is a piece of software that allows you to publish and administrate content within your web site without technical training. View some advantages of a CMS

List of ASP.NET content management systems

  • DotNetNuke
    DotNetNuke is an open source cms written in VB.NET for building web sites based on Microsoft .NET technology. It is distributed under both a Community Edition license and a Professional Edition proprietary license. DotNetNuke’s content management system is highly customizable and can be expanded through the use of skins, modules, data providers, language packs and templates. The current version of DotNetNuke requires IIS 6 and ASP.NET v2.0 to v3.5 and supports SQL Server 2005 and 2008. Previous generations of DotNetNuke supported SQL Server 2000 and ASP.NET v1.1. Find a reliable DotNetNuke hosting provider.
  • Kentico CMS
  • SharePoint Server (MOSS)
  • Telligent Community
  • Ektron CMS400.NET
  • Quantum Art QP7

Common advantages of a CMS:

  • Easy to add, edit or update the content. No technical skill required to edit content
  • Control access to data, based on user roles. User roles define what information each user can view or edit
  • Since content is stored separate from design, the content from all authors is presented with the same, consistent design.
  • Content is stored in a database. So it is easy storage and retrieval of data.
    easy storage and retrieval of data
  • Content publication can often be time-controlled; hidden for previews; or require a user login with password.

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