We provide various solutions that support digital transformation

Content Editing

Content editing by anyone at anytime - Keep your content up-to-date

Content editor just like Microsoft Office

The HeartCore editor loads text, tables, and images from Word and Excel, as well as application information from browsers and other sources using copy and paste operations, letting you modify and arrange the content as you would in a PowerPoint presentation.

MS Office like editor

Direct access to the target parts

Since web pages are divided into different parts such as left menu, banner, main body in HeartCore, users can directly access the are that need to be updated. Without having to search through administration pages, it avoids wrong parts from being accidentally edited. Also, the edited parts will be updated in all web pages that contain the parts, eliminating the need for repetitive work.

Direct access to the target parts

nline editing right on the page

HeartCore's inline editing feature allows users to edit content right on the page. This quick mode editing is useful for, for example correcting spelling mistakes, formatting text, adding some phrases and so on.

Inline editing right on the page

mage editor installed

Image manipulation including resize, rotate and crop can be conducted without having to open external tools like Paint or Photoshop.

Image editor installed

Scheduled publishing/unpublishing, Time specified previews

Scheduled publishing

You can schedule web pages (and/or parts) to be published/unpublished at the given date and time.

For example, by scheduling the publishing/unpublishing date prior to the store closing period, the announcement will be automatically displayed on the first day of the closing period and will disappear when the store reopens.

Moreover, HeartCore's scheduled queued publishing/unpublishing feature allows you to disclose information in different phases or undertake periodic campaigns.

You can also preview web pages before publishing. Even if different parts are scheduled intricately, all you need to do is specify the date and time at which you want to preview how the page will actually look like.

Time specified previews


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