A New Video Feature is Introduced by the Creators of Titanium, Continuing The System’s Reputation as an Easy CMS Software

The company prides itself on providing a functional system for business owners and wants to increase the efficiency of their current modules. They have unveiled a new video feature that makes it more straightforward than ever when it comes to uploading media onto a webpage.

Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) July 26, 2013

As the internet becomes a necessity for any sized company, patrons are searching for an easy to use and practical website editor. Titanium was the result of designers that wanted to provide an uncomplicated .net content management system that wouldn’t confuse users. Often, people would get muddled when adding content or arranging pictures, making the whole idea of an online profile something frustrating and unobtainable. Titanium is designed as an efficient and user friendly interface that allows individuals to edit and manage their own webpage.

The response has been overwhelming, with hundreds of users and website managers switching over to Titanium. The drag and drop feature has been especially popular; people are able to move content around the page and rearrange modules in a timely manner. Image galleries are uncomplicated and easy to create and layout on the page. The system provides tabs that make things simple to find; allowing the website editor to collage images that stand out the way the business owner desires.

Maps and videos have proven to be difficult in other webpage hosting platforms. As a full functioning and easy CMS software, Titanium creators have been looking for options that eliminate the difficulty of uploading videos. Successfully, they created an embed code module that makes it easier than ever to add visual characteristics to a company site. Companies can utilize their videos on YouTube by pasting the embed code into the module, immediately uploading the video on the page. Sharing videos to social media sites utilizes a similar method, expanding the appreciative audience even further. Titanium has received positive responses from their users and is planning on implementing it into the .net content management system.

“We wanted to create a module within the website editor that would make videos visible and functional for online profiles. Keeping in mind the difficulty of design in certain media platforms, we wanted to make it match the concept of Titanium’s simplicity,” said Brandon Anderson, one of Titanium’s creators. “This video module makes it so any administrator can add videos and depth to the page.”

The easy CMS software contains a variety of modules that allow users to easily manipulate the content of the pages and add more if necessary. With the addition of the video and media module, clients are sure to find the accessibility a highlight when it comes to Titanium. For more information about the .net content management system and its features, visit their website at http://www.titaniumcms.com.


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