multiple-media.com enters the New Year with a roar !
January 11, 2006
The multiple-media.com team didn't spend the holidays twiddling
its thumbs, quite the contrary! In fact, it made the most of the
traditional lull in business activities to leapfrog from MMCM 5.1,
which never was even made public, to the brand-new MMCM 5.2.
Immediately functional and accessible online at no extra costs for companies who subscribed to MMCM 5.0, MMCM 5.2 contains many new functionalities. You may have heard of some of them already, but we are now announcing a number of them for the very first time.
Enhances the creative, management and editorial HTML boxes processes and by making them easier to access. All you now have to do is click directly on a form to access whether the other of a sites boxes.
MMCM 5.2 makes it possible to:
- Have File Manager stay open as a pop-up, for easier use. This new functionality is extremely useful for file management, making it possible to drop or open files with a single click, without having to close the active document.
- Pre-visualize images before they are inserted in the HTML editor, which makes it easier to choose them.
- Load ZIP files into MMCM and unzips them it directly on the server.
Access a whole new series of modules upon request, allowing users to:
generate pages within frame-structured sites;
carry out sorting and research activities directly in the source data before they are even published on the site ;
deploy a new site by the hour;
access a default function that supports the addition of an unlimited number of languages (Spanish, German, etc.) to the two that are presently available;
automatically duplicate the homepage for easier indexing by search engines. A number of multiple media.com clients - such as the Montreal Heart Institute, the Montreal Heart Institute Foundation, the EPIC Centre Foundation, as well as the Chenelière McGraw-Hill and LNI sites - already leverage this possibility.
This official presentation of MMCM 5.2 done, let us tell you now that multiple-media.com is working on several other projects, and that you will certainly hear from us soon!Back to News Index