les bons offices d'un CMS

Jost, Clémence
November 2012
Archimag;nov2012, Issue 259, p30
The article focuses on the functions of the content management system tool (CMS) for Websites. It discusses the structuring, creating, manipulating, and exploiting of Web content such as the ergonomics and functions of the front office visible by Internet users, including commentaries, Website subscriptions such as RSS feeds, and social networks. Generating World Wide Web visibility and Website traffic is mentioned.


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