|Op. System:||Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT|
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Editor's review Movable Type
Movable Type (MT). Often, a question is asked as to whether or not a software / utility / tool / suite is popular and considered to be useful. One might often wonder what criteria and numbers would be convincing in answer to such a question. Movable Type is installed in more than 100 million sites all over the world. THAT seems to be a rather strong response in favor of Movable Type. MT is a content, page, and site management tool. It is designed to get those who read your content to become part of a growing readership, contributing and collaborating. It is essentially for the blogger in you, to get you up and running quickly, organizing you as you build and extend, and monitoring and tracking many aspects of your content holdings as others become actively involved. MT has a number of great features, and one of the most popular and most used is its template tool suite. You can use and modify what MT has available to you, and you can use MT’s template building features to generate your own. Another strength of MT is its providing you with features to use rich text and rich media. You get what you see in this tool set and you can add and share, and restrict access, as you wish. MT provides you with tracking for your shared assets, giving you a dashboard summary of what is happening in your content world, such as which blogs / assets are getting comments or activity that speak to your influence. To control who has access, who can contribute, who can re-post your words and assets elsewhere, MT gives you an internal registration process and features set. You can get the info you want to know who is seeking access to your assets.