A content management system (CMS) is a computer application used to create, edit, manage, search and publish various kinds of digital media and electronic text. CMSs are frequently used for storing, controlling, versioning, and publishing industry-specific documentation such as news articles, operators’ manuals, technical manuals, sales guides, and marketing brochures. The content managed may include computer files, image media, audio files, video files, electronic documents, and Web content.
Within 2 months of kick-off, SoCal WebWork recently completed and launched the new custom website for the Orange Empire Railway Museum.
Key features include a new contemporary mobile friendly website design, interactive events calendar, content management system, optimized content and meta tags for organic SEO and a WYSIWYG administrative panel.
The extensive website includes catalogues of all railway, railroad and electric trains and locomotives: information and forms for membership, volunteers and donations; news and videos and much more.
A URL is a “Uniform Resource Locator” often referred to as the “website address”. The URL specifies where specific Internet files are located, allowing the browser to graphically present that specific page.
Most websites built around a Content Management System or shopping cart will show some of the query code in the URL. It may contain scrambled letters and numbers, question marks and equal signs.
In comparison, a “clean URL” does not contain this query code and that makes the URL more search engine friendly. A clean URL is ideally named to contain key search words for more traffic. In addition, a clean URL looks like static content (like an .html page) to Google bringing more traffic than a dynamic page. Lastly, a clean URL is easier to type and read in search results pages.
Unclean URL: http://www.example.com/index.php?page=marketing/consulting
Clean URL: http://www.example.com/marketing/consultin
Following the successful launch and performance of two prior web development projects, Specialty Enzymes and Biochemicals, in Chino California, recently contracted SoCal WebWorx to design and develop a third company website for Advanced Supplemental Therapies.
The site was built from a Joomla platform http://www.joomla.org with an easy-to-use admin panel for frequent client revisions. The WYSIWYG editor http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WYSIWYG makes changes to the website pages a snap. And for more ambitious users it allows for revising page formatting including sidebars, skin colors and banner images. Since Joomla is a popular Content Management System platform there are lots of plug-ins and add-on features available from reputable contributors. In addition, this platform allows for developing a very Search Engine friendly website. A generous dose of keyword rich verbiage from the client and full Meta tagging combine to generate maximum organic website traffic.
A new shopping cart addition to the Intex Exhibits website was launched last Thursday by SoCal WebWorx. Intex Exhibits is a full-service exhibition resources company in Orange, California, providing service for businesses, organizations and museums throughout Southern California and across the United States.
Intex Exhibits is now the sole US distributor for Mustang Systems, a French manufacturer of suspended display systems using cables and rods. With this additional cart on their website, Intex Exhibits now adds the complete catalog of Mustang System products to their website.
SoCal WebWorx handled the website design, development and search engine optimization. Special features include a seamless interface with the existing Intex Exhibits website which was also designed and developed by SoCal WebWorx in August 2009. The back-end administrative panel allows the client easy access to updating and adding new products and pricing including images and photos. The cart mechanism utilizes a CMS (Content Management System) for visitors’ easy retrieval of product information.
SoCal WebWorx is pleased to announce the official launch of the AST Enzymes new Drupal CMS Shopping Cart website. This Drupal site is completely custom designed to fit the client’s needs. We’ve also added the addition of a “Doctor’s” and “Wholesaler’s” portal registration form and login pages. These logins will allow user’s with these privileges to view additional content the public is not allowed to see as well as purchase product at a discounted price. The shopping cart itself is built-out using the UberCart shopping cart module for Drupal. This shopping cart module is very powerful and has many payment and shipping plug-ins available. Checkout our CMS portfolio page to view this website along with the rest of our Content Management Website samples.
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