Content targeting and application objects
Content targeting uses targeting rules to match the best content to the audience viewing the content in a spot on the page. This feature provides team members who do not have in-depth Personalization rules administration experience the ability to add content items to the spot and to select the segments who should view this content.
Inline editing enables users with edit access to a content item to edit that item from within the web page itself instead of using the authoring portlet. This feature is available when you display content with a web content viewer portlet.
A list presentation stores a reusable presentation for navigator, menu, personalization, and search components. If the presentation of a navigator, menu, personalization, or search component is used in more than one component design, then you should store that presentation in a list presentation.
IBM Web Content Manager Multilingual Solution
The Web Content Manager Multilingual Solution is a set of tools used to manage translated versions of localized and regionalized websites.
Responsive Web Design
Responsive Web Design provides content parity between mobile devices and desktop channels, which enhances user experience and brand consistency. Seamless changes in screen size, from small to large, are now possible while the order of the content is maintained. Content maintenance is simplified by having one site that is represented by one set of assets.
Social rendering enables IBM
® Portal page editors to feature social data that is hosted on a remote IBM
Connections server in the context of portal pages.
IBM Digital Data Connector (DDC) for WebSphere Portal
You can use the IBM Digital Data Connector (DDC) for WebSphere
Portal framework to integrate data from external data sources on your portal pages by using IBM
Web Content Manager presentation components. External data means that the data does not need to be stored directly in IBM
Web Content Manager. For example, you can use DDC to render social data that you have on your IBM
Connections server or on other social platforms in the context of your portal pages. Other possible data sources include news feeds, task lists, product catalog information, to name just a few.
Solution Installer: Editing the sample bootstrap files
The sample bootstrap scripts allow developers to quickly create their own batch or shell scripts. These scripts are used to install a Portal Application Archive (PAA) application to IBM WebSphere Portal.
Web application bridge
With the 220.127.116.11 release, you can configure the web application bridge to allow anonymous users.
Social Media Publisher
The Social Media Publisher for Web Content Manager is an extension to Web Content Manager that allows businesses to promote their web content on social networks, as well as provide some basic statistics about the promoted content.
Web content migration and cross-version syndication
When migrating web content, different migration options are recommended when migrating from Web Content Manager version 6.1 or Web Content Manager version 7.0. Cross-version syndication is used to keep content synchronized between your old and new servers when migrating from Web Content Manager version 7.0.
This topic shows the naming conventions used to denote the location of files on the servers and the types of resources you can find in those directories.