Content Management Systems
Written by Chris Noble Wednesday, September 07 2011 09:47
Does your web site need a Content Management System (CMS)? A CMS is a publishing tool that allows you to easily publish content to a web site. These tools can range from simple text edits to more complex management functions such as web page creation, site design, online reservations, ecommerce management and sales, video, and other database-based functions. The beauty of a CMS is that the publishing tools don’t require the user to know any web programming languages, including HTML. The tools are designed to make creating, managing and updating a web site fast and easy. If your needs or pages are simple, and require relatively infrequent updates, you may not need a CMS, but for a significant number of business sites, a site based on a CMS can provide a number of advantages:
Traditionally, installing, configuring and maintaining a CMS has been a chore, best left to the IT guys, but no longer. With our Softaculous one-click application installer, you can choose from over 20 CMS tools, and an additional 10 blog applications to add to your site. Or to BE your site - however you want it!