The Shoe Box system is designed to allow your Web community to contribute articles and images to your Web site for other users to access, search and view. Because it's a cornucopia of information, we akinned it to a "Shoe Box" stuffed with various letters, photos and other information.
The Shoe Box is designed only for your Web Community to add information. Your management staff may review, edit and delete submitted information, but the task of adding the content falls on the shoulders of your Web audience.
Shoe Box images allow your Web community to submit their photos - vacation, festival, sports - whatever. You define the categories, permissions, features and more. When Web visitors access your Shoe Box Images, your system will always list the most recent images first.
Articles allow you to submit local news items - gossip, sports, reviews - whatever. If approved, these articles will appear on our Web site (sorted chronologically descending - most recent first). Web visitors can easily navigate to read just articles submitted by certain users.
Forums are like message boards. You Define a main theme - a Forum - then Web visitors post topics. Each Topic then becomes a stream of messages relating to that topic. Forums are always listed chronologically in a descending order so people see the most recent offerings first.
This portion of Linear Publishing allows you to collect references to "You Tube" videos for presentation on your web site. You can view any of the videos from the small version listed, but if you click on the title you'll be taken to a screen for a full-size video playback.
Document Manager allows Linear clients to create discrete areas for storing and sharing documents such as PDF, Excel and Word files.
Each Document Manager is a separate interface unto itself. A primary ...more»
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