CMS for Large Websites

User Modules

Task, project & quality management
Contacts and directories module (CRM)
Web management and automation
Human resources
Products, assets and sales
Finance management
Metrics and Measurements

Technical Modules

Sabre plugin module
Enterprise Architect connector

System Modules

The AyMINE Framework Module
System Management

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CMS for Large Websites

It's possible to efficiently manage websites with tens to thousands of pages.

If you're planning a web portal with tens or even hundreds of pages, it's not feasible to manage them in the typical way for a CMS (Content Management System). The system allows you to combine page generation options from simple texts or any other source with management through CMS tools.

Example of a Large Website –

An example of an extensive website (approximately 1000 pages) is the documentation on, specifically the user and technical documentation pages.

Where are the Resources and How do They Get to the Website

The resources for the pages are files in markdown format stored in a typical directory structure. Developers can update them directly during development in the environment where they are working. This keeps the pages easily up-to-date.

The CMS retrieves pages from files and creates a structure from them, which you see on the website. It combines documents with a prepared CSS template, so all pages are published in a uniform format.

Managing Large Websites

Pages for large websites are managed in separate files that are directly published on the web or can be obtained from another system. Pages need to be converted to HTML format beforehand, which will always be a relatively demanding task. Therefore, CMS processes pages after conversion and saves them in a translated form on the server into the cache. Cache significantly speeds up the functioning of the entire website. If some documents are systematically changed, it is possible to completely disable caching for them in the cache configuration and create a web page that is always current.

Because the system manages the cache itself, its cleaning and updating are fully under the control of administrators or system settings.

Page Description

The description of pages (title, browser description) cannot always be obtained from documents. The system retrieves the title and tries to find the description. It stores the data separately in the CMS, so the user can subsequently manage the pages in the CMS.

Integration of CMS and Disk Files

Thanks to the unique combination of website content taken from documents, page description in the CMS, and the possibility of web page management in the CMS, you can easily manage even very extensive documentation volumes and publish documents that are not stored in the CMS.

Customizing CMS for Your Needs

We can efficiently integrate CMS with any other systems. Contact administrators who can connect data to CMS:

  • From text files
  • From other databases
  • From other systems through their interfaces
  • Directly from AyMINE but processed according to your needs.

Portal with Dynamic Pages

As mentioned, it's possible to disable any caching of pages. This system serves you well for portals with dynamic information. You can easily combine pages typically managed through the system with pages containing current information from other systems.