| The documentation for HyperContent is divided into five main sections; this first section, the Overview, is intended to provide an introduction to HyperContent, including its features, architecture, licensing, and the process of developing a web site. This is high-level information that may provide useful to individuals, educational institutions or companies interested in understanding or evaluating the capabilities of HyperContent, as well as users of previous versions interested in seeing what this new release has to offer. Each section of the documentation is comprised of chapters on specific topics; the other four sections are
This section describes the process of downloading and installing HyperContent. It is intended for a technical audience.
Using the Content Manager
This is documentation for project administrators and content authors describing the administrative functionality of HyperContent.
This is documentation specifically for content authors, describing the data-entry screens in HyperContent. These screens are accessed from the Content Manager described in the prvious section.
This section is an complete development and configuration guide for creating complete custom web sites. It is intended for a technical audience.