Managing Content with Liferay
Liferay drives images, text and user interaction in your portal through its robust Content Management System. This two-day course includes topics ranging from basic content creation to more technical options like Application Display Templates and staging. Related topics include maintaining test versions of your site and establishing a workflow process for content. You will leave this course with a thorough knowledge of creating and managing content in the portal
- » Understanding Content Administration
- » Managing creation and display of basic content
- » Managing Pages and Sites
- » Relating content through the Asset Framework
- » Using Metadata to relate content
- » Dynamic content publishing with the Asset Publisher
- » Managing your documents and media
- » Creating Workflow definitions in Liferay
- » Using Structured Content
- » Using Content Templates
- » Using Application Display Templates
- » How to use AlloyUI in Content
- » Staging Content for publication
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- Installing a Liferay Bundle
- Installing Plugins
- FUNDAMENTAL LIFERAY CONCEPTS
- Sites for Managing Content
- Organizations and Organization Sites for
- Managing Content
- Roles for Managing Content
- INTRODUCTION TO ASSETS
- Using Web Content Articles for
- Simple Content
- Using Blogs
- Managing Metadata with Asset Tags
- and Categories
- Using Wikis
- Using Documents and Media
- Recycle Bin
- Generating Sites with Site Templates
- BUILDING DYNAMIC DISPLAYS
- Introduction to Staging
- Introduction to the Asset Publisher
- Organizing with Web Content Folders
- Beautiful Displays with Web
- Content Templates
- Application Display Templates
- Filtering with the Asset Publisher
- ADVANCED CONTENT MANAGEMENT WITH WORKFLOW
- Approving Content with Workflow
- Creating Custom Workflow
- Using Workflow on Document Folders
- ADVANCED CONTENT PUBLISHING
- Site Content Sharing
- Using Tags in the URL
- Using User Attribute Filtering in the
- Asset Publisher
- ADVANCED STAGING
- Page Variations
- Site Variations
- Scheduling Publication
- Using Workflow in Staging
- Putting it together: Publishing a New Site
- Handling Errors in Staging
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We ensure your success by asking all
students to take a FREE Skill Assessment test.
These short, instructor-written tests are an objective measure of your current skills that help us determine whether or not you will be able to meet your goals by attending this course at your current skill level. If we determine that you need additional preparation or training in order to gain the most value from this course, we will recommend cost-effective solutions that you can use to get ready for the course.
Our required skill-assessments ensure that:
- All students in the class are at a comparable skill level, so the class can run smoothly without beginners slowing down the class for everyone else.
- NetCom students enjoy one of the industry's highest success rates, and pass rates when a certification exam is involved.
- We stay committed to providing you real value. Again, your success is paramount; we will register you only if you have the skills to succeed.
This assessment is for your benefit and best taken without any preparation or reference materials, so your skills can be objectively measured.
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- Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at Cooper Union where he teaches signal processing, communications, and network courses.
- PhD in Electrical Engineering from Boston University, where he focused his research efforts on devising cross layer techniques to resolve collisions in wireless random access networks.
- Research interests include wireless communication, networks, cross layer design, signal processing and machine learning.
- Received an interdisciplinary certificate in computational science from Center for Computational Science.
Worked for Mathworks Inc. as a communications software engineer and implemented a suite of block diagram based adaptive equalizers for use in a communications systems simulation. Assistant Professor at Western New England College in Massachusetts where he taught coursework in C C++, software engineering, digital signal processing and supervised lab work in circuit theory and logic design.
Author of a variety of professional articles in the areas of wireless communications and signal processing. A key contributor to the open-source Pattern Recognition Toolbox for MATLAB.
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