This course introduces the concepts and skills necessary to build a website by using IBM Web Content Manager 8.5. It includes building an authoring system, creating and managing web content items, creating a change management framework, and delivering web content.
Hands-on exercises on the Windows operating system are provided throughout the course, giving you practical experience with building, designing, and managing a website.
This course provides lab exercises running on IBM Web Content Manager 8.5 Cumulative Fix 06. Also included are the Content Template Catalog (CTC) 4.3 and IBM Script Portlet 1.3.
The lab environment for this course uses the Microsoft Windows Server 2008 platform.
Overview of IBM Web Content Manager
Exercise: Overview of IBM Web Content Manager
Templates, components, items, and search
Exercise: Creating templates, components, and items
Pages, portlets, and page templates
Exercise: Pages, portlets, and page templates
Adding navigational components to your website
Exercise: Adding navigational components and search queries to a website
Exercise: Item management
Personalization and categories
Exercise: Personalization and categories
Custom authoring features
Exercise: Custom authoring features
Working with drafts, workflows, and projects
Exercise: Working with drafts, workflows, and projects
User access and security
Exercise: User access and security
IBM Web Content Manager content tags
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) in IBM Web Content Manager
Exercise: Adding CSS to your website
Content Template Catalog (CTC) and Site Builder
Exercise: Working with Content Template Catalog (CTC) and Site Builder
Exercise: Working with the IBM Mobile Preview
Introduction to the IBM Script Portlet
Exercise: Using the IBM Script Portlet
This course is designed for users who need to build a website and authoring system by using IBM Web Content Manager 8.5.