By: E&P Staff
Tera Digital Publishing, Milan, Italy, and davie, Fla., will unveil complete, integrated Web content management with one-click Web publishing and Web-to print at the Nexpo trade show, beginning Saturday in Washington, D.C.
The new product functions with Tera’s GN3 editorial system, with which users have always been able to edit content independent of its destination. Now with a one click, they also can publish content to the Web, thanks to Tera’s Article-Based content management, which allows a publisher to define an article structure as part of system configuration, rather than through customization. System configuration can specify a presentation destination for, say a headline, as being for a particular Web site, Web-site section, print title or section, or any section/media combination. Articles also can contain items such as audio, video, flash, polls and hyperlinks.
Conversely, Tera supports Web-to-print. Content acquired or created on the Web, either by citizen journalists or by staff using Web-based content creation and editing tools, is completely accessible to print because it is stored in the main content-management database.
Among built-in modules are forums, blogs, image galleries, online forms, polling, reader-contribution support and geomapping.
Browser-based administration consists of a content manager, which is the interface for content editing, and Site Commander, which provides page preview, live Web view, and unstructured and structured content editing.
The as-yet-unnamed product contains full Web-site management with such features as versioning, content-locking and web analytics.