Why Use WORKSsitebuilder?
Content Management Systems (CMS) vary but must include content publishing and format management; many include revision control, indexing, search and retrieval, but it is the additional features which really sets the WORKSsitebuilder system apart from others.
Accessibility of WORKSsitebuilder CMS enables the product to be accessible for all users. Accessibility compliance comes as standard in line with the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) guidelines as detailed in the Disability and Discrimination Act (DDA). Websites built using WORKSsitebuilder can be configured to meet Bobby A, AA, AAA compliance as required.
Our system is designed for instant familiarity and ease of use for non-technical users and authors, including features such as Microsoft Word style editor. It is an important guideline that all people are able to author content as well as providing all people with reasonable access to the site.
All WORKSsitebuilder solutions are cross-browser compatible.
WORKSsitebuilder solutions are affordable. All of our products are modular and can be built around the needs of your organisation no matter how big or small, ensuring you only pay for the functions you need.
Time and costs associated with Website Management are significantly reduced due to the CMS ease of use. These feature-rich Content Management Systems provides the non-technical user with the tools and training necessary to author the website content and manage pages, style, templates, search engine optimisation and digital assets amongst many others.
Third party services and software such as search engine optimisers, design agencies, theme engines, reporting, statistics and architectural alterations can be time consuming and costly. The WORKSsitebuilder Content Management Systems remove the need for third party services and/or software by providing all the tools and training necessary for your organisation to perform these functions internally.
WORKSsitebuilder administration is available through a Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser, meaning there is no need to upgrade your existing computer system or purchase additional software.
A scalable system means that your content management system can grow at the same rate as your organisation. The robust system structure provides a basis of further system development: The modular format of WORKSsitebuilder Professional enables any features you did not require in your initial system can be added on at a later date.
WORKSsitebuilder professional is built on contemporary web technologies that will scale alongside your internet web project. Clara.net (Telecity harbour exchange, Docklands) provides a robust and secure hosting facility, housing our collection of Apache and Internet Information Services (IIS) Web Servers. Database options include: Oracle, mySQL, SQL.
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Non-technical users are able to use the WORKSsitebuilder Content Management Systems from day one. The system integrates Microsoft Word style editing and WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) editing which warrants instant familiarity.
Ease of use means there is little or no training required for the use of the WORKSsitebuilder Content Management Systems.
Full help and support is offered if any problems do occur.
Search Engine Optimised
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is content management designed to help you to position your website as high as possible on search engine results pages. For all businesses, particularly critical online businesses, SEO or organic search engine ranking can be essential for success.
WORKSsitebuilder solutions have been built with search engines in mind, providing front-end sitemaps, Google sitemaps and non technical administration of metadata. Metadata Management enables users to set their own keywords, as well as creating keyword-rich content, which permits users to take control of their own search engine optimisation.
Theme Engines are important for Search Engine Optimisation and work by using metadata management to inter-relate content. Theme Engines intelligently select and classify information, documents, adverts and web links relevant to specific customers, based on previous visits. Theme engines categorise website content into information hierarchies according to the most relevant in relation to front userís interest. This related content is pushed on to the front-users pages.