[1]
Accessing the editorial interface; contents appear as sequence of objects (text, image, file etc.). The sitemap allows a fast navigation within the content tree. The complete management takes place in the web-browser.

 

[2]
Editing is most simple by use of forms. If required wysiwyg-editors may be integrated, too.

 

[3]
All content objects can be described with metadata through the menue 'Properties'.

 

[4]
The metadata can quickly be adjusted to own requirements per click-interface.

 

[5]
Customized content structures (so-called 'special objects') may easily be combined per click and can enhance the content model as required; the system generates an automatic input interface for the editor for his own content objekts.

 

[6]
From ZMS 2.1 on the workflow can be freely defined; all configurations may be exported as XML-files and imorted as configuration files into any other ZMS instances.

 

[7]
With the filter configuation ZMS contents can be transformed e.g. as output for print production (DTP).

 

Erstellt von: Dr. Frank Hoffmann , erstellt am:  2008/06/27 , zuletzt geändert: 2010/07/27