WEBD2010 – Content Management Systems pdf

Credits: 3 (1/2/0)
Description: Content management systems (CMS) are a powerful tool in the Web developer's toolbox. Website owners and editors use content management systems to simplify the editing of content on their sites. Developers and designers enjoy the wide variety of plugins and themes to work with. This course will explore how to build websites using content management systems, starting with installing the CMS and working all the way through customizing the CMS with themes, plugins and application programming interfaces (APIs).
Prerequisites: WEBD1110 AND WEBD1040
Corequisites: (None)
  1. Install and configure a content management system.
  2. Administer a content management system.
  3. Create and validate forms using content management system functionality.
  4. Apply content management templates.
  5. Customize content management templates.
  6. Convert static HTML to content management system templates.
  7. Utilize content management plugins.
  8. Customize content management plugins.
  9. Extend content management system plugins with third-party application programming interfaces (APIs).
MnTC goal areas: (N/A)

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