Cofax In Action
Last Updated: 2004/May/12
Independent companies and sites using Cofax
www.bipm.org - from France.
www.oai.lu - from France.
www.ibs.fr - from France.
www-dsv.cea.fr - from France.
Smile - les motoristes Internet - from France.
Egide - from France.
Les Editions de la Cigale - from France.
Basaren.no - from Germany.
gop2000.philly.com - the GOP 2000 Presidential Convention
GOP 2000 convention-coverage at RealCities
An article from the Phildelphia Inquirer sports section
Business section at the Philadelphia Inquirer
An article with photo from the Philadelphia Inquirer front page.
Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News business columns
An article from the Wilkes Barre Times Leader
Knight Ridder sites using Cofax technology
Note that these sites are no longer using Cofax itself, but
a second generation CMS utilizing concepts pioneered by Cofax.
Philly.com - Includes the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News.
Miami.com - Includes the Miami Herald
AberdeenNews.com - Includes the American News
SiliconValley.com - Technology News
Macon.com - Includes The Telegraph
FortWayne.com - Includes the Journal Gazette and The News Sentinel
BayArea.com - Includes the Mercury News
Thats Racing - NASCAR racing.
Screenshots of the Editor's Tools being used
Editors Tools for the Inquirer
Searching for an Article
Editing an Article
Adding Images to an Article
Editing Related Links
What the page looks like
Ordering a Section
Editing an Section
Cofax being used to build multiple daily editions of the Inquirer
Routing an article to a Channel
The Inquirer, Morning Edition's Top Cell
Rapidly Delivering Cached Pages from Memory
Caching Technology in Action
Notice the URLs look clean like on a static html site. It does not contain
"?this=that&gobbledegook". In fact, it looks as it would when static HTML
files are stored in side folders for each section. This also lets search engines
(AltaVista etc.) to index the dynamically generated site because to them it
looks just like a static html site. This is an advantage over other dynamic site