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Everything in Ingeniux is represented by XML data, which is very versatile and easy to manipulate in C#. The ways you can manipulate and organize the data in your website via categorization, and pull that data throughout the site is very powerful and allows...
I enjoy how user friendly the content editor is. It allows users with little knowledge of css and html to edit pages without any problems.
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G2 Crowd User in Higher Education
The asset manager is absolutely horrible. You can't easily move documents/images/media from folder to folder, and there is no way to restrict what people can name files or folders; for example, we would like to enforce no spaces in file and folder names....
Although Sitecore is powerful, it's also clunky and way too much of a system for a smaller company to use. I have used several different CMS systems, and Sitecore is probably one of the most challenging. If you don't use a process with several steps for...
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