If you've ever been into content management you must have heard of DotNetNuke Content Management System – now called DNN. If you aren't familiar with what DNN is or what Content Management System (CMS) is, we would do a quick introduction on it before we dive into the more technical stuff of DNN search and Indexing.
So in this article, we would address the following: What a Content Management system is, What DNN is, Submitting your site to Google for Indexing, DNN Search configuration, DNN Search item Prioritization, and Indexing. Let's get right into it! A content management system is simply what it is, a tool or system that manages your content on a website. It is used for storing, updating, and publishing all the elements that are contained on your website. The contents could be anything from video, text, documents, forms, data, or pictures.
In essence, a CMS is the back-end of any website where an admin or manager logs in using a password and username to access the website. This gives the user the ability to make and save changes to the website. Examples of CMS include DotNetNuke (DNN), WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal.