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Hyperonix provides Web Design, Web Development, CMS Solution, Portal, Ecommerce, Hosting to Chicago Land and the Chicago suburbs.


How does it works?

What is a CMS?

A static website's operation is completely different from the way a Content Management System works. On a static site, all the pages exist on the web server. When the visitor requests a page, the server passes the page along to the browser. Changing the content is related with code changes, a task usually performed by an experienced developer.

With Hyperonix, pages do not exist before a browser makes the request and are built dynamicaly on the fly. CMS gets the page parameters from the submited request and queries the database for stored information. The CMS loads the controls that are built in the page and gets the content (images. text, appearance, etc) and other resources from the relevant folders and delivers the HTML page to the Internet Information Server.

Typically, when building a website developers prepare the editable areas (or content blocks) on the pages and users go and edit the content. Creating a different arangement or adding new content blocks on the page  is something that needs to be done through code changes. Hyperonix however, was designed to empower users, letting them build the pages they need without having to call on the IT staff.


Hyperonix templates are ASP.NET files tailored to address the needs and requirements of specific business processes or sets of tasks in organizations of any size. 

A web template is a virtual template which displays specific Web Part like navigation, header and footer on the master template. Hyperonix can be used to create unlimited web templates without making code changes.

Web Parts

Web Parts are much like building blocks, they can be easily moved and repositioned on a page. A Web Part can range from something as simple as displaying a title to being a photo gallery or website search. For example, you can select a navigation Web Part, provide properties (like start page on the treeview, define number of levels, repeating direction, etc.)  and add it to any page of the site. There is not any development tools or code changes needed at all.

Then, if you don’t like how it fits with the other Web Parts on that page, you can simply rearange them again. And the process is the same for all features and functionality, from basic text content to more robust features like photo galleries, news, products, dynamic or database form creation. With these Web Parts, you have the freedom to design and build (and redesign and rebuild) your site as you see fit.

Building the Page

This ability to move things around so easily is due to the fact that Hyperonix features are dynamic – they’re all contained in a database. Usually, one drawback to database-driven architecture is that it generates long, complicated URLs that aren’t search engine friendly or easily remembered by the user. However, Hyperonix avoids this issue by automatically creating simple URLs.

One of most significant features of Web Parts is that the user can customize their properties. This feature is important because it’s difficult to predict all the ways that users will find to employ a genuinely useful Web Part so customization allows for a user-friendly expeerience on your site

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