WordPress as A Successful Enterprise Content Management System
WordPress is an amazing ready-made solution for Enterprise Content Management. Its features help you in managing and organizing content easily and in the best manner possible. It is due to its ease-of-use and unlimited advantages that WordPress has become one of the most popular platforms for content management, no matter how small or large your firm is. Here is a brief account of most significant features WordPress offers as an Enterprise Content Management System.
From User-Friendly Interface to Easy Content Management, WordPress offers Everything!
1. High Traffic
WordPress provides various features which attract a high volume of traffic. Sites based on WordPress are simple and straight forward. You never need to navigate through a bulk of pages just to find the relevant piece. This simple structure and easy navigation allow a high volume of traffic. Here are some tips to save your WordPress site from collapse due to high volume of traffic:
Add sufficient server resources including an efficient web server
Use limited graphics and plugins
Use caching plug-in to save WordPress from collapse
Media management is an amazing feature that allows you to add media files in WordPress under Media Library section. You can easily edit, view and delete Media that is previously uploaded on your site from the Media Library screen. The Media Library screen provides you with the option of viewing and managing all of the existing media files, for example videos, audio, documents, and images. Whenever a media is inserted into a page or a post on your site, it is automatically added to the library.
You can select numerous media file for deletion by simply checking them one by one. The view in the Media Library screen can also be filtered by the year/month they were uploaded or the type.
WordPress uses a well-managed approach to organize data in various categories. You can group similar posts together. Each post has a category and tag option to create taxonomies. Categories, with a hierarchical distribution of parent category and child category, is another feature that helps in organizing information. You can also create custom categories. Author archives and sticky posts are other examples of how WordPress organizes information.
Role based access
The WordPress Access Control is a plugin and it is designed in a way that it combines and blends into membership sites where some posts and pages are only restricted to the members of the site. These pages can easily be set to be accessed only by the members of the site, or even by a specific member. The pages can be further set so that non-members can access to certain pages of your site, that are important for registration pages.
By default, Members can only add pages to your menus, and the non-members are not able to access them, therefore they cannot not see them. Moreover, you have the options to modify the search pages, hide pages/posts completely from search results if a user is not allowed to access them, showing results without a certain part or showing them normally.