WCM should allow users to insert content rating. We have a site that users WCM on the back and Portal on the front and has evolved like a wiki. All of the members of the team, upto 250 of them can author content. Since the site evolved as a wiki, ...
Enable navigator components to output a valid structure tree.
This could be used for html menus, site maps, xml data and rss.
Tags in each level (Navigator result design X) should be configurable in the component setup.
See image for sample output.
Currently menus only allow you to select content based on authoring template, site area, keyword or category. In order to select content based on actual field values (or ranges) you need to use personalization rules. Wouldn't it be nice if these custom selections could be available straight from the menu ...
The new multi-locale site management framework provided by IBM recently is a great evolution.
For more details see:
However, this add-on framework should be included out-of-the-box in the product, as soon as possible.
This will allow customers to build a reliable ...
Provide basic content statistics like: hit count per content (anonimous and logged) over time, hit counts per authoring template (eg. how many views for any content created with a specific authoring template) over time, etc.
WCM is a great web content management framework, with good functionality, great infrastructure support and a good number of really impressive case studies out there.
However, it is held back by a difficult, slow, unintuitive and cumbersome admin/authoring UI. Each content item created involved at least 5-10 clicks, two ...
Create an option by which one could export content from a WCM authoring server and then import it on a publishing one. Syndication works fine, but there are many use cases where there is no network connection from authoring to publishing, therefore there is no way to syndicate content. Examples ...