What is CMS?

What is CMS?
A Web Content Management System can be defined as a software system that bestows website authoring, association, and administration tools designed to permit individuals with little knowledge of web programming languages or markup languages to build and organize website content with relative ease.

A CMS features include ease of use, and simplicity in modification and extension, ease of design change and manipulation, user management, page managements, menus management etc. A great CMS should permit users, who have no previous experience of traditional website coding, to be able to easily build and manipulate their websites.

CMS design
A CMS website can be designed using Content Management System.  Users can simply add text and images to a site, resize images, edit and delete text within the website. A CMS Website should also allow us to have free creative reign on our design, offer us an unlimited amount of pages for our website, and be SEO (Search Engine Optimization) friendly. The design of website can be edited according to our desire provided we have little or more web designing knowledge. The best practice found in the market is to use the templates that best fit our requirement. We can get thousands of templates free on Internet or we can simply purchase them from template developers.

Why to use CMS?
The CMS we use to create a website is simple, quick and requires no previous experience by the user.  Everything you need to design your website, is built into our CMS website builder. 

Some of the advantages of using CMS are;
* Easy to use – no technical or previous web experience is required.
* Can update from any Internet connection in the world.
* Unlimited free email support from our Support Team.
* Save money by creating your own website.
* Save money by updating your website whenever you need.
* Every change can be made from within your site builder login panel
* Suitable for people with only the most limited of computer knowledge.

If you are thinking what alternatives do I have for CMS, then that is a worth question. There are lots of different alternatives in CMS builders. Some of them are: Drupal, TYPO3, Joomla, Wordress. It does not matter which one do you choose, what matters is you choose one and gain its structure knowledge and usability knowledge. It is better to select one and work on it rather than going for more than one option.
If the website is large enough, user may require training, planning, and certifications. Maintaining CMS may require license updates, upgrades, and hardware maintenance. Larger CMS can experience latency if hardware infrastructure is not up to date, if databases are not being utilized correctly, and web cache files that have to be reloaded every time data is updated grow large. Because the URLs of many CMSs are dynamically generated with internal parameters and reference information, they are often not stable enough for static pages and other Web tools, particularly search engines, to rely on them.


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