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Web Content Management: A Collaborative Approach by Russell Nakano

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Appendix D. Basic Process Steps of a Best-Practice Content Management Process

Executive Summary

It is common to have a web site that combines “classic” static web assets, HTML and GIF files, with web application code, as exemplified by Java servlets.[1] On most web sites, there are multiple web developers, each working on a different task simultaneously. We’ll follow one member of a web development team as she uses the content management system to assist in the code development. We’ll outline best-practice process steps that keep many developers working efficiently.

Example: Web Site

Figure D.1 shows a hypothetical externally visible web site for ezSuggestionBox.com. Although this example shows only a handful of web assets, we should imagine that ...

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