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The Stewart Huston Charitable Trust wanted to move from accepting grant proposals through the mail to accepting them via their web site. ContentCafé provided the developers with the flexibility to add custom ColdFusion code within their web site.

Easily Add Custom Code
ContentCafé's built-in ColdFusion Module content element gives web developers the freedom to add custom code within ContentCafé. The Stewart Huston Charitable Trust's web site uses four ColdFusion Module content elements that interface with fourteen CFCs and dozens of CFM templates.

These modules handle everything their constituents will need to do on the web site: registering accounts, logging in, viewing proposals, creating proposals and managing grants.

The Interface for Adding Code to Pages
Modules that are dropped into ContentCafé's Coldfusion Module directory can be selected in the ContentCafé interface. Simply add a ColdFusion Module content element to the page (either in a container or use an element already defined on the template), select the ColdFusion module to use and specify any optional parameters for the element. ContentCafé will execute the custom code, displaying the results inline within your site's design.

That's what the developers of the Stewart Huston Charitable Trust's web proposal system did. And, of course, the same ContentCafé interface is also used to manage the rest of the content on the web site!