To ensure maximum control over content input, you can create structured content types. You can get pre-built structured content modules for Contensis such as news and events. It provides the user with a simple form-based approach to content entry, with precise validation over input. Validation of input is still possible with WYSIWYG using placeholder settings, but not to the same extent.
Any records data can be managed using structured content, and developers can embed their own .NET web controls within the forms.
The structured content forms are created using XML. As with all Contensis content, you can manage the data records with version control and workflow.
Structured content not only produces web pages, but also produces a database table with the latest version of that content. Publishing the data in this way means that others systems can easily extract the data to use for any purpose.