This demonstration was created to show a typical interface used by a content owner/author. The series of screenshots can be viewed in sequence by clicking the red arrow. You can also select a screenshot from the menu.
The Web site used for the demonstration
shows construction projects that include several information areas per page. We'll refer to these areas as content fields. Each content field can have an associated database field that is managed by the CMT. You'll notice that the interface provides a separation of the content from the page layout. This allows the content owner/author to manage the content without worrying about its presentation.
The interface architect designs templates that specify where and how the content should be displayed. If the content owner wants the content fields to be displayed differently, the
interface architect can change the appropriate template.