Web content management with CMS Open Source

Hangar 17 creates and develops websites with a Web Content Management System from CMS Open Source Joomla.

Your website has become technically out of date, far from your targets: a study of the relevance of your website and of its positioning as compared to your competitors will be the basis for a new Internet strategy with a Web CMS Open Source Content Management System.

 

Gestion de contenu web cms open sourceUpdate the content of your website very easily !

 

Systeme de gestion de contenu web CMS Joomla

 

The advantages of a Web CMS Open Source Content Management System and its main functions:

 Joomla is Web content management system optimised for a dynamic websites search engine optimization entirely managed by a database.
 Site completely managed by a data base
 Powerful back office accessible from a browser (IE7, Firefox2)
 Management of right users (administrator, manager, publisher, user)
 Bookshop of common pictures
 Managements of the menus, the sections, the categories, the articles
 Publishing of the contents by a publisher (editor) of similar text in word ( wysiwyg )
 Previsualization of the layout before publication
 Customizable graphic design template
 Possibility of multi-language web site
 Editorial function of publication and validation of articles
 Optimisation of the Meta tags and URL rewriting
 Quick improvement by the adjunction of new functionality modules

 

Systeme de gestion de contenu web CMS Joomla

Joomla is the Content Management System that speeds up the natural search engine optimization!

 Joomal offers the optimisation of the Meta tags and the URL rewriting, which both facilitate the indexation of the website.
 Our expertise and our knowledge will guide you in order to:
 develop specific non standard modules, form you and teach you how to use CMS Open Source Joomla
 Optimise and naturally search engine optimization

 

CMS, Web content management system?

Web content management systems are often used for storing, controlling, versioning, and publishing industry-specific documentation such as news articles, operators' manuals, technical manuals, sales guides, and marketing brochures. A content management system may support the following features:

 Import and creation of documents and multimedia material
 Identification of all key users and their content management roles
 The ability to assign roles and responsibilities to different content categories or types.
 Definition of the content workflow tasks, often coupled with event messaging so that content managers are alerted to changes in content.
 The ability to publish the content to a repository to support access to the content. Increasingly, the repository is an inherent part of the system, and incorporates enterprise search and retrieval.
 The ability to track and manage multiple versions of a single instance of content. (more info)

Open Source ?
The designation Open Source (free source code or source code available in French applies to software for which the licensee complies with the criteria established specifically by the Open Source Initiative).

Here are the main criteria:
- The free redistribution
- A source code available
- The derivative works possible

- The availability of sources of software is not sufficient to say that it is Open Source. However, many people, particularly in the Francophone world, rely on the availability of sources to call Open Source software.

 

The Open Source movement ...
Under the leadership of Bruce Perens and Eric S. Raymond, the Open Source Initiative was founded in 1998 in Palo Alto by Todd Anderson, Chris Peterson, John maddog Hall, Larry Augustin, Sam Ockman and Eric Raymond. Born in 1998 of a division of the Free Software community (community of users and developers) to conduct a policy considered more suited to the economic realities and techniques, the Open Source movement promotes freedom of access to sources of programs they use, in order to achieve an economy dependent on software sales only benefit rather than that of licenses.

Among the applications of Open Source, there are his contribution to the development of the Linux kernel and software driven by the operating system. A series of tests of Eric S. Raymond, dating from 1998, illustrates how the Open Source was seen at the time as a sort of new Eldorado. In 2005, several thousand French scientists employees are using this model, both in small companies selling specialized services as among "major" and user companies. In addition giants in the sector (IBM, Novell, HP…) base some of their technical and business strategies on Open Source approach.