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Case Study: Using Drupal Platform for eContent Management

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Author(s): Marin Vlada | Adrian Adăscăliţei

Journal: International Journal of Computer Science Research and Application
ISSN 2012-9564

Volume: 02;
Issue: 01;
Start page: 05;
Date: 2012;
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Keywords: Open source | eContent | Drupal | PHP | CMS | MySQL

ABSTRACT
The paper presents a case study on using the Drupal content management sites CNIV and ICVL projects. Drupal is a CMS (Content Management System) or a content manager and dynamic web sites developed in PHP and requires connection to a MySQL database. With Drupal you can make different types of sites (web or intranet) to publish articles, sets of messages / comments, forums, blogs, images etc. collections. Drupal allows users to register and login so you can track who is the author of each content and allows the webmaster can use to access different levels of the groups (type "user", "moderate", "administer" etc). Drupal is "Open Source" and can be downloaded, distributed and installed. Administrators with experience in PHP can open access to modify application source code based on their experience. Use as-is or snap in any of thousands of free designs and plug-ins for rapid site assembly. Drupal meets the needs of different types of web sites from community to news portals, from corporate sites to educational institutions, from media sites to international sites. Drupal's content management features make it easy to create and manage site: creative content, organize and find, administer, collaborate, build, design and display.
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