Allows users to edit content prior to pushing the site to production
DotNetNuke has released its new Enterprise Edition of web content management platform, which includes the new Content Staging feature that allows users to edit and approve content on a staging server prior to pushing the site to production.
The company said that Web CMS also includes a new Content Localisation feature that that enables easy management of multi-language web sites.
Content Staging allows users to create a separate staging server where all intended production web site changes can be implemented and tested before being published to the production server. The system compares the staging server configuration to the production server to identify missing components and provides a detailed view of all planned changes.
The Content Staging also includes an audit feature that creates a record of all the publishing events; and a publishing function that allows users to push their site from staging to production.
Navin Nagiah, CEO of DotNetNuke, said: "The new DotNetNuke Enterprise Edition includes Content Staging which allows organisations to edit and approve web site changes on a staging server prior to publishing to production. Content Localization will benefit our users who build, deploy, and maintain multi-language web sites."