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Inside Microsoft SharePoint 2013 by Mirjam van Olst Scot Hillier Ted Pattison, Andrew Connell, Wictor Wilen, and Kyle Davis

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Chapter 15. Web content management

The Web Content Management (WCM) features within Microsoft SharePoint are basically a vast network of capabilities that are centered on content rather than collaboration, in the benefits that they provide both to users and to content creators of sites or systems that take advantage of these features.

A SharePoint site is considered to be a publishing site if the SharePoint Server Publishing feature that is scoped at the site level is active. When you activate this feature manually or by choosing a site template that automatically activates the feature, many changes take place from a site infrastructure perspective. For example, additional libraries and layout templates that are focused heavily on the presentation ...

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