Abbreviated as CMS, a content management system, also called a Web management system is software or a group or suite of applications and tools that enable an organization to seamlessly create, edit, review and publish electronic text. Many content management systems offer a Web-based GUI, enabling publishers to access the CMS online using only a Web browser. Also, a CMS designed for Web publishing will provide options and features to index and search documents and also specify keywords and other metadata for search engine crawlers.
- content package
An encrypted file containing content and metadata.
(1) Competition for resources. The term is used especially in networks to describe the situation where two or more nodes attempt to transmit a message across the same wire at the same time. (2) A type of network protocol that allows nodes to contend for network access. That is, two or more nodes may try […]
In online advertising context-centric refers to the marketing practice of matching product advertisements with content on an affiliate’s Web site by placing the ad in context. For example, a merchant selling cookware may use affiliates with sites that focus on providing cooking-focused content.
- context sensitive
Refers to a program feature that changes depending on what you are doing in the program. For example, context-sensitive help provides documentation for the particular feature that you are in the process of using.
- contextual advertising
(n.) Advertising on a website that is targeted to the specific individual who is visiting the Web site. A contextual ad system scans the text of a Web site for keywords and returns ads to the Web page based on what the user is viewing, either through ads placed on the page or pop-up ads. […]