There are a lot of tools on the market that allow to manage WWW-sites.
Below you find my personal favorites, orderd by criteria such as size,
frequency of update, number of people to work on a common site, and
licence cost .
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oppinion and that I don't take any liability for errors, etc.
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by Macromedia. Graphics
oriented HTML editor with some link management and templating
- Site Mill
by Adobe. Well, everybody knows...
Very easy to use, but doesn't scale up to more than 20 pages.
As an alternative, use Site Mill as an frontend to the more serious
by Microsoft is toy stuff.
Even as a frontend for the management tools below, I would prefer
Site Mill or Dreamweaver.
by Infopark Online Service GmbH
seems to be a suitable tool to manage large Internet/ Intranet
sites with many people simultaneously working on the content.
www.berlin.de is managed using
this system. The main problem is that it carries a considerable
by GMD is a free (private and
commercial, no redistribution) tool to manage and store files
using a WWW-frontend. However, it doesn't support HTML processing,
so that there is no interconnection between the data you manage.
For any Intranet, I would prefer a conventional fileserver, but
it may be very useful for managing Extranet data.
by Hyperwave GmbH is the tool that Motorola
uses to organize its intranet. There is a free unlimited licence
for private use (< 800 documents). The main problem of Hyperwave
is its proprietary link protocol which may outdate soon.
(to put it against the competitors) by me
(free for noncommercial use) is able to manage rather large sites.
However, it currenly doesn't particularly support multiuser interaction
and is still (5/4/98) in a beta state.