CMS Application Development Training

Introducing learners to the three most popular open source content management systems (CMS) in use on the web today, including WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla. Launch a Web site with unlimited traffic, numerous email accounts, generous storage and EasyScripts CMS installer. A Content Management System, or CMS, is an application running on a Web site that allows users to produce and manage dynamic Web sites without any technical knowledge. Everything is done through an easy to use graphical interface that loads into a Web browser.Users do all this with the CMS without any technical expertise.Newspaper Web sites also make good use of CMS. Real Estate companies use CMS to show properties that are for sale. Manufacturers use CMS to promote and support their products. Banks use their CMS to tell customers about their products. CMS can be used by business of all sizes and types to provide information about their company, products, and policies. CMS applications can easily add additional functionality such as contact forms and online stores.

 

SYLLABUS

 
  • Introducing Content Management Systems
  • Introduction to Joomla
  • Installing Joomla
  • Exploring the Admin Interface
  • Content creation using the CAM model
  • Content customization: images, video, audio, tags, formats, etc.
  • Adding and displaying menus
  • Linking menus to articles and other features
  • Introduction to WordPress
  • Installing WordPress
  • Exploring the admin interface
  • Content creation: Posts vs. pages
  • Content customization: images, video, audio, tags, formats, etc.
  • Introduction to Drupal:
  • Installing Drupal 8
  • Exploring the admin interface
  • Content creation: nodes, basic content, site information
  • Content customization: images, video, audio, tags, formats, etc.