What Is CMS?

/What Is CMS?

What Is CMS?

Content Management System (CMS)

A (web) Content Management System allows a number of people to maintain a website using a simple web-browser-based interface (instead of manually authoring webpages).

Content Management Systems generally consist of a number of templates corresponding to standard ‘types’ of information, e.g.

  • Event Promotion
  • Staff Profiles
  • Press Releases
  • Product Listings

Privileges

Users of the system may be assigned specific privileges to restrict the types of change they can make to the website.

For example; the communications manager might only be able to add and edit press releases; changes to product pricing can only be made by the product manager.

Examples of CMS

  1. WordPress
  2. Joomla

*Disclaimer: After years of faithful development with Joomla, I have finally made the switch to WordPress. Like a lost friend, I now relegate Joomla to specific use instances, and recommend that all my clients choose WordPress CMS over Joomla (or any other CMS).

By | 2017-02-23T03:15:15+00:00 February 16th, 2017|0 Comments

About the Author:

I am an experienced Website Developer/Designer, IT Director and Systems Apps Engineer now working full-time abroad from my home office in Chiang Mai Thailand. I am also an Entertainment Industry Executive, Talent Agent and Manager. I have consulted, and deployed advanced systems and technical projects for individuals and large companies alike. I work well under pressure, and always do my best to meet my deadlines. Not only can I function as a highly-qualified Developer, but I can also manage, delegate and help you harness the full power and potential of your business.

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