Navigator CMS 070201
Navigator Content Management System (CMS) puts the control of website content in the editor's hands, yet discourages editors from "breaking" the site's design by adding non-standard fonts, headers, etc.
The best content managers, like Navigator, accomplish this by separating form from content. Virtually all of the visual aspects of a Navigator CMS website are controlled by the Cascading Style Sheets. All headings look consistent, all text on the site will be the correct size and color. Editors can add photos, type text or paste it from a word processing document, create links and bullet lists, all within the designer's visual standards.
Developers find Navigator easy to install and configure, as it creates menus and content automatically from code snippets inserted in an existing design with few modifications, or an entirely new design.
Needed to install on Linux-flavor web hosts: 1. PHP and MySQL enabled (SiteNow is compatible with recent versions of both) 2. Access to the server by ftp or a file manager 3. Access to a database with full privileges, and a username and password for the database 4. Ability to CHMOD a directory. 5. Server path information, depending on your host
Windows Hosting: 1. PHP and MySQL (most Windows hosting includes these) 2. Access to the server by ftp or a file manager 3. Access to a database with full privileges, and a username and password for the database 4. Ability to assign read-write privileges to a directory 5. Server path information, depending on your host