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  • License: Freeware
  • Last update: 5 years ago
  • Total downloads: 103
  • Price: Free |
  • Operating system: Linux, Mac OS X, Win All, Solaris
  • Publisher: appideas.com
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dorcMan is a dynamic object-related content management system.

dorcMan is a dynamic object-related content management system.

Dynamic: Web site layout and content are database-driven and controlled through easy to use web-based interfaces.

Object-Related: The code is object oriented, which makes it modular, portable, expandable and robust for programmers.

Content Management: The full system is an easy to use means by which novices and experts alike can increase productivity by simplifying management of web site content.

Features:- The ability to manage dynamic Shockwave Flash content. This allows end users and devlopers to create and maintain Flash and non-Flash versions of the same site without any extra effort and without having to manually creatge separate sites.
- No-brains necessary to manage content. This may sound silly, but web site content can *really* be managed by people at any level of skill.
- Management of multilingual web sites is now quick and easy. You only need to be concerned about the content - dorcMan takes care of the rest. The dorcman back-end even remembers your user's language preference, so when she returns to your site, she is presented with content in her own language. Managing multilingual sites does not have to be difficult! Other CMS' make it so - or they ignore the fact altogether and leave it up to you to find a solution. dorcMan makes managing miltilingual content muy fГЎcil (very easy - or did I just ask where to find the bus stop?)!
- Amazingly flexible management of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). You can define as many (or few) CSS classes as you desire and drop them into your site templates and/or pages by checking boxes in an easy-to-use Graphical User Interface (GUI) management tool. Furthermore, CSS definitions can be grouped to allow for easy selection of multiple CSS classes that are commonly used together.
- Flexible mixture of HTML and non-HTML content. Allows management of content layout to be as simple or complicated as your desires and abilities allow. If you don't know HTML, it won't affect your ability to manage content. If you do know HTML, you can have more precise control of how content lays out on the page.
- Incredible ease. Quickly and easily manage nearly all aspects of your web site from intuitive web-based forms.
- Add "pages" to your site without adding pages. Adding pages to your web site requires no file system access, or inherent knowledge of how to work around your operating system's file system. All web pages are stored as entries in a database rather than being actually separate files on the file system, which greatly improves manageability of small and large web sites alike.
- Management of as many layout templates as you want. Rather than being stuck with a single layout (as you are with most CMS's), you can store as many layouts as you like. If you want, you can have a different layout for each page on your site (but that would be silly, wouldn't it). When you add pages to your site, selecting a template is as easy as making a selection from a list.
- Separate content from layout. Since dorcMan uses database-stored templates instead of flat text/html files, changing templates requires only that. How many times have you managed a site and had to update a billion files to make a small site-wide layout change? How many times in making that redundant change have you accidentally altered the site content? dorcMan treats layout and content as they should be - as separate entities. Making site-wide layout changes typically requires a single change, and you are never in danger of harming your content due to layout changes. Let's face it, performing redundant tasks is one of the things that computers can do well. Why make many changes when you can make one change and let the computer do the rest of the work?
- Add variables to your content. Simply insert variables into your content and you have dynamic control of your otherwise static articles!
- Transparent cookie and non-cookie support. Other CMS' either have cookies, without which their software will not work, or they have no session capabilities at all. Requiring cookies is like telling 10% of the world that you don't want them on your site! Having no session support makes it impossible to build other tools, such as shopping carts, on top of your web site. dorcMan is the only CMS (and one of the only web applications in existence) that will use cookies if the end-user has them turned on, but will transparently handle sessions if cookies are not available. This insures a great deal of flexibility if you desire to grow your web site in the future.
- Upload and resize images. Forms are available for easy upload of images without a separate FTP client. Furthermore, with the proper program installed on your server (available with most major hosting companies), images can be resized automatically for you! Less time in Photoshop will allow you to spend more time updating content (or sipping coffee by the pool). Images that are uploaded through the web site forms can easily be dropped into your pages through drop-down lists.
- All common configuration is controlled from easy to use web-based interfaces. Technical features that are typically difficult to tweak in CMS's are easy to modify in dorcMan.
- Object-Oriented (OO) architecture. Designed from the ground-up to be completely OO. This means that the foundational code for any dorcMan-driven web site is scalable, stable, and easy to update with little to no affect to your live code. The flexible OO architecture is modular and encourages development of extended plug-ins to enhance functionality (we've already built a picture album plug-in). Other CMS's that claim to be OO have class definitions, but then add MANY files to the site that utilize procedural coding techniques. Mixing OO code with procedural code gains the advantages of neither, and ultimately leaves the programmer who wishes to make modifications with a mess to untangle.

System Requirements:

В· PHP 4.x+, MySQL 3.23.x+
Program Release Status: Major Update
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall

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