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kBOS Content Management


The Content Management Designer component is an enhanced browser-based tool for design and construction of web-sites. It employs a purely visual approach to allow users create layout templates, build individual pages, and interconnect them into one complete web-site, portal or intranet.

Empowering Web Administrators

In a pursuit of more effective exposure on the web, organisations are demanding that systems are sophisticated, and at the same time easy to manage and update by non-technical personnel. They need to be rich in functionality, but also allow for fast and user friendly customisation.


To assist in achieving this goal, Content Management comes bundled with the site designer. The designer component allows for layout- and design-management of complete web-sites in a rapid, efficient, and highly cost-effective manner.


True WYSIWYG design environment

The central idea behind the Content Management Designer is to provide a visual browser-based environment for construction and interconnection of web-pages into complete sites. Employing techniques like drag-and-drop, point-and-click, and select-from-a-list, developers can quickly arrange the elements of layout templates and individual pages. The designer supports an arbitrary number of layout templates which can be applied to pages in the site. The layout templates can easily be changed/updated at runtime; additionally new layout templates can be created facilitating an ever evolving site structure.

Assisting end-users

The visual nature of the Content Management Designer provides complete support for end-users, who can now not only modify individual pages, but also add and link new ones. They do not need to write a single line of HTML, upload files to the server, or understand the logic of a web-application.


Being provided with the building blocks, end-users can take control of their on-line resources with no effort. From inserting new products, posting news, to modifying static or database information, it is as easy as checking a web-based e-mail.


Control work flow for submitting, reviewing and controlling content.

The work flow designer is used to specify the work flow design as shown in the following diagram. It can be seen that it is possible to specify any content control process easily and can be extended or changed at any time by the system administrator.


Automatic formatting.

The Content Management engine fully supports automatic formatting of supply content and allocation to specific pre-determined page templates.


Indexing and categorisation of content.

Content is defined as a business object and can be categorised using any criteria or design specifications. The different categories of content can then be allocated to different content development work flows.


Content retrieval based on user submitted criteria.

Content retrieval is provided based on any user submitted criteria as well as on specific folders linked to services which information is filtered according to customisable design criteria.


Review of the timeliness of content

By treating content as a business object we can define properties and methods that will enable characterisation of timeliness and will trigger agents to prompt required reviews.


Archiving content

Archiving facilities are provided by the platform and can be easily used by the web site administrator and system administrator to archive selected information to the disc or CD ROM. Any archiving process including automatic timing and categories of archiving information is supported.


Support for multiple languages

The Content Management engine comes ready with facilities for multiple languages per article/publication. This includes an unlimited number of languages as desired by the web administrator. The CM engine automatically detects if a user has set preferences for a specific language, and displays contents based on this language. If the preferred language is not present for the article/publication, the default language is displayed.

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