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For anyone who writes, an editor helps make the final product better. A good editor is not just spell-check and grammar police (although still essential). In a BBC article, editing was described as “an exercise in selection and judgement: what to put...
As online news sources become increasingly available to anyone with a smart device, we continue to see the decline of print newspapers and magazines. According to the Newspapers Fact Sheet from Pew Research Center, newspaper revenue and subscriptions...
Your colleague is on holiday and forgot to release a press release you urgently need? You have to work on a text with multiple authors which shouldn’t get released or published by accident?
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After the initial installation you need to start an wizard to import the installed plug-ins into MS. At one step within this wizard you can choose which plug-ins you want to import and in which projects you want to enable them. Beside the setup routine...
With the demand for creative content to support an ever-increasing volume of campaigns and programs on the rise, marketers turn to digital asset management (DAM) solutions to address their creative challenges. A DAM platform like OpenText™ Media Manage...
Regardless of which CMS application you use to manage a site or how well you optimise it from a performance perspective, the project will be deemed a failure by end users authors if they are unable create and edit content quickly and easily...
The most important part of any project is the careful planning of everything, not just the design of the final site. You need to be comfortable in the knowledge that what you build now will be easy to maintain, update and expand.
OpenText™ TeamSite™ has come a long way in recent years, but there are a few lingering myths about its capabilities. Here are five of the most common myths we hear....
In the current versions, the render tag <%!! Context:CurrentDepth !!%> is not working properly, in some versions it isn’t even recognized as a render tag in the templates.
There may come a time in your life when there are certain pages in a site’s structure that you really don’t need, or want, the site’s users to go to in order to streamline the site a little. A good example could be a Press archive that is broken down...
Having an intelligent forms platform can help your organization on its journey to digital transformation, but not all solutions are designed to meet your specific needs. In fact, many off-the-shelf forms applications lack the capabilities to develop ...
Anyway, many of you will already know this but since I just found out, that this is still possible (and often very helpful within a developing or project/error analysing process I just thought it helps.
What is the solution? Taking the process that led us from “copy and paste” to “header and footer” to its logical conclusion – “one include container” to contain all common code. How do we do that? One step at a time. If you are starting out on a new...
Whether you’re a long-time OpenText™ TeamSite™ user, or you’re just learning about it, here are 10 compelling reasons why marketers love TeamSite and why it’s time to take a closer look at it for your next Content Management System (CMS) solution.
What I have tended to see “in the wild” (and how my first project went) was what I call “header and footer” base templates. Basically the process is the same as for “copy and paste” above, with the following exception – common pieces of HTML code are ...
Ok, first up – a warning and some history. This is a long post that I have been working on, off and on, since the end of last year. Don´t be scared, most of the time and the bulk of the post is in the examples – which I have only recently had access to...