Some changes to the demo installation are required if Infopark CMS Fiona is to be used productively.
After the installation, the CMS can be found in a single directory.
Guide for removing the demo content
Trifork Application Server supplied with Infopark CMS Fiona can also be used for serving static web pages.
On systems used productively it is required to change the passwords of the applications listed below.
Infopark CMS Fiona includes the HTML editor Edit-On-Pro (EOP). This editor only processes valid XHTML.
Instructions for installing a new version of the HTML editor.
Instructions for installing a new version of the TinyMCE.
Instructions for updating Trifork T4 (to version 4.1.22)
Instructions for running the Trifork server with HTTPS
For displaying dynamic content in the preview, a webserver is required that is capable of generating this dynamic content.
The read permissions used when the Portal Manager delivers a preview page can be configured.
The link checker included in Infopark CMS Fiona requires access to the internet.
Access to the online help of the Content Navigator can be configured.
How to activate an automatic reminder e-mail notification.
Instructions for adjusting the configuration of the web applications of Infopark CMS Fiona.
The Content Manager and the Template Engine automatically create the database devices and the database for the supplied SQLite database.
The Template Engine is responsible for incrementally exporting the content stored in the Content Management Server.
The Search Server can also be subsequently integrated into the system.
Instances of Infopark CMS Fiona make it possible to maintain different sets of content plus configuration data while still using common application resources.