BizyNews: Cnet, Dreamweaver and Multi-User Version of Bizyweb

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Bizy, Inc., a California Corporation, announces distribution of the single-user versions of its simple CMS product Bizyweb on Cnet's download.com. Also this month, the company debuted its multi-user version of the Bizyweb simple CMS product and made available an extension to Adobe's popular Dreamweaver CS3 to aid designers in making content receptive sites with Bizyweb.

Bizy, Inc., a California Corporation, announces distribution of the single-user versions of its simple CMS product Bizyweb on Cnet's download.com. Also this month, the company debuted its multi-user version of the Bizyweb simple CMS product and made available an extension to Adobe's popular Dreamweaver CS3 to aid designers in making content receptive sites with Bizyweb.

CNET Hosts Bizyweb:
The single-user version of Bizyweb is now available on cnet's download.com. Search for 'bizyweb' under 'all software' for the download page. The product is also available for download on cnet's versiontracker.com. Installation instructions and user documentation are available at bizyweb.com.

Dreamweaver Extension Available:
Using Adobe Dreamweaver's extensible architecture, a web designer may now insert Bizyweb places into a web page as it is being designed allowing the designer to designate areas of variable content on a page, whereafter an end-user may make repeated updates to these places using the Bizyweb application. Please visit bizyweb.com to watch the screencast of the Dreamweaver process in action. There is also a free whitepaper explaining the XML files that were added to Dreamweaver to support the Bizyweb Place Managers.

Multi-User Bizyweb Released:
The multi-user version of Bizyweb has been released and is available at bizyweb.com. Please watch the screencasts and download the documentation for the multi-user version.

Map editorial users to a folder set or to a subdomain creating virtual subsets of the website for editorial purposes. Create a virtual sandbox for each user with the new Bizyweb Multi-User Web-based Group Publishing application. Segregate content on your website by user, map users to web folders, isolate users by subdomain or restrict application function by user. Effortless collaborative publishing.

Using the new Bizyweb Multi-User Web-based Group Publishing application, an administrator specifies the web folders an individual user can see and also creates a profile of the application areas authorized for each user. The multi-user screencast shows the User Management Administration in action. The subdomain screencast provides an example of isolating users by subdomain. There is a whitepaper on User Management Administration available for download at bizyweb.com.

Additional screencasts at bizyweb.com show the patent-pending Place Management® technology where only a subset of a page, called a 'place', is editable. The Place Management approach allows a non-technical user to change the variable content on a page, while preserving the look and feel of the page. The User Documentation provides details on the editing process.

Using the multi-user features to segment the site, the end user, the advanced user and the webmaster are serviced. There is no installation. Just copy the files to the root of the website. Download installation instructions from bizyweb.com. Bizyweb is as easy as plug and play! Visit PlugandPlayWebmaster.com for views of the application.

President Sheryl Hamlin says the use cases show the flexibility of the multi-user system:

  • The marketing user can edit and publish pages in marking folders, but cannot access the finance or systems folders, thus creating a personalized work area for marketing on the corporate Intranet.
  • An individual with a subdomain 'xyz' mapped to the folder 'xyz' can access only the web folder 'xyz' and below, but will have full editing, content management, user management and publishing privileges, essentially giving this user the ability to create a complete website at the 'xyz' subdomain.
  • An advanced user can access all application modules and manage all users. He can use the Code Editor to make changes to the native pages or create place definitions manually.
  • The IT department can map users in the corporate Intranet to Bizyweb users.

Test Bed Site:
A test bed is available at testdrive.wedoitweb.com. Follow instructions for access to the multi-user test drive. Test drive Bizyweb today.

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