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Content Management System for E-Business


  • Radu Bucea-Manea-Tonis

    () (Spiru Haret University, Romania)

  • Rocsana Bucea-Manea-Tonis

    () (Spiru Haret University, Romania)


Electronic businesses have as interface a website that displays a very rich, structured content, according to the different type of business. To display the content in real time, a content management system can be used, such as the Drupal platform. It has various advantages such as structuring the content by taxonomy, access to the elements of design, access to SEO tools, access to social media tools, access to HTML code edit tools. Thus, users can edit HTML pages without knowledge of the language. For the case study in this article we used the WhyzzyWig content from Drupal.

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  • Radu Bucea-Manea-Tonis & Rocsana Bucea-Manea-Tonis, 2012. "Content Management System for E-Business," Review of Applied Socio-Economic Research, Pro Global Science Association, vol. 4(2), pages 42-48, Decembre.
  • Handle: RePEc:rse:wpaper:v:4:y:2012:i:2:p:42-48

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    e-business; content management system; Drupal; WYSIWYG editor.;

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    • M15 - Business Administration and Business Economics; Marketing; Accounting; Personnel Economics - - Business Administration - - - IT Management


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