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At Ivesia, we know that Publishing, Marketing and Corporate Communications professionals are facing common critical issues:
- An ever growing volume of online content
- Shorter lead times for incremental content updates
- A risky lack of efficiency and accuracy when publishing content
A web part by default has some properties like Title, Height, Width etc… The values for these properties can be either set through code or by using Edit Web Part option. The properties are normally displayed in a Property Pane on the right hand side, when Edit Web Part is clicked. Also these properties are grouped into sections like Appearance, Layout and Advanced.
There will be situations where we have to create a Custom Property whose value can be given by end user. The values of such Custom Properties could be used in some process during the execution of the Web Part.
This can be achieved by adding a new property (member variable) in the Web Part class. This new member variable will be declared as public and Get and Set options will be used to handle the value of this property.
There is a large print and online media publishing house that needs a content management system (CMS). It currently has multiple publications running on different platforms, and want to bring all of that under one CMS portfolio. What should it choose?
The choices are plenty, so it all depends on what needs to be accomplished and how the internal teams are structured. If you look at it, CMS for the publishing industry goes beyond the vanilla stuff like content creation, workflow, and approval. Instead these companies demand a whole load of features in order to interact with consumers and monetize content.
The needs of the media industry in regards to web presence are fairly standard. They want great look and feel along with excellent functionality. Digital content creation and management, along with monetization are some important and focused activities of a media company online.
Media industry CMS needs range from using event calendars to integrating with social media, as well as leveraging polls, surveys, video and contest promotions, video shows, live telecasts, photo galleries, online payment integration, and other consumer interaction features. All of this is handled extremely well by Drupal, although it’s not the only CMS available. However, Drupal seems to be the top choice of web development teams all around the world when it comes to working with the media industry.
During a recent conversation with a friend of mine, we discussed his decision to recommend Drupal as the Content Management System (CMS) for his company. He asked me if I had anything to add that would help make his case to the management team. Immediately, I mentioned if you choose Drupal, you will be in good company as Whitehouse, Warner Brothers, AOL Corporate, Fast Company, and other major corporations use Drupal as their CMS.
After this conversation, I started thinking that maybe I should gather more information about why Drupal should be considered if you are evaluating a CMS. I compiled a lot of information, both from my personal experiences as well as research. This exercise convinced me that there are compelling reasons to choose Drupal. Below are my findings: