Stellent, Inc. (Nasdaq:STEL) announced a new strategy enabling customers to better manage wikis and blogs within their corporate environments and integrate wikis and blogs into a multi-site Web content management framework. Stellent Universal Content Management now enables wiki contributors to create hyperlinks in both pattern-matching and wizard style formats. This capability allows users to link to other topics and pages within a wiki site, as well as other Web sites. When an author creates a new hyperlink about a particular subject, the Stellent system will automatically link to a wiki page about that topic. If the page does not exist, it will automatically create a new page. Contributors can edit wiki pages in real-time and instantly view their changes. The Stellent technology also records a history of wiki activity, so readers know who writes or changes content, how many times content is revised and if there are certain topics currently under heavy debate. A locking and revision control feature ensures only one user may change content at a time, and it also keeps an audit trail of all revisions which is then available for records and retention management purposes. Stellent Universal Content Management now provides short, blog-formatted WYSIWYG forms, enabling authors to post new blog entries without requiring HTML expertise. Authors can submit new posts to a blog via email or by using word processing applications such as Microsoft Word or OpenOffice. Stellent Universal Content Management’s new, out-of-the-box templates enable organizations to quickly deploy RSS feeds for intranet, extranet and public Web site content managed in the Stellent repository. The Stellent system automatically generates RSS feeds of managed content using metadata and rule sets. These feeds can be static lists or dynamic feeds that change depending on the viewer’s role and access privileges. Stellent users also may leverage external RSS feeds to display content from other online news sources within the branding parameters of their particular Web sites. And, users can utilize the system to monitor and distribute blog posts via RSS feeds.