This one-day class will introduce the concepts of content management and content authors as contributors to a content repository - as opposed to traditional creators of documents. The class will instruct on how to collaborate with the enterprise's (or CMS) information model, as well as with other authors and content management participants. Exercises will instruct on how to apply a sample information model to new content. Topics typically include:
- Native XML Database Support
- Topics, maps, and metadata
- Elements, attributes, and entities
- Taxonomy and subject scheme
- Creating an index
- Debugging XSLT stylesheets
- Publishing to PDF, HTML, ePub, etc.
Duration 1 Day
The primary audience for this course is publications managers, editors or developers tasked with using an XML-based authoring environment within their organization. Although not intended to be an in depth technical course, prior knowledge of the basic concepts of XML is required.
Whether you are just getting started or looking to optimize your current system, Dakota provides customized training at any stage. Our goal is to ensure that students leave our classes with the necessary tools to be productive members of their team when returning to their organization. Training can be delivered on-site, remotely, or at our offices in downtown Chicago. Call us today to get started!