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Professional SharePoint 2013 Development by Paul J. Swider, Jeff Fried, Brian Wilson, Scot Hillier, Matt Ranlett, Brendon Schwartz, Reza Alirezaei

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Chapter 10

Web Content Management

WHAT’S IN THIS CHAPTER?

  • Designing your taxonomy with SEO and meta data navigation
  • Consuming content from multiple sites with search-driven publishing
  • Using APIs to access content programmatically
  • Using the new Design Manager to brand your site
  • Working with usage analytics and multilingual support

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The Web Content Management (WCM) features touch many aspects of SharePoint. There have been significant changes to the way WCM works inside of SharePoint 2013 especially in regards to content authoring and rendering that content. There are three major roles that each plays equally in the development of your WCM site. These roles are Information Architects, designers, and developers. Each role has actions highlighted on the homepage of the publishing site except for the developers who would deploy their modifications through SharePoint packages or with the JavaScript of the pages.

The primary goal of WCM sites is to enable users to create rich, dynamic websites. These sites can be customized for their design aspects and provide solutions for scenarios such as intranets, company websites, or e-commerce sites. Before the creation of WCM systems, websites consisted of static web pages ...

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