Content Management System

What is a CMS?

What is CMS and why you should consider using it instead of building everything from scratch so well today everyone is talking about different CMS platforms.

CMS is a content management system what does it mean to say that you want to start a blog or just a website that you want to use to showcase your products, your services, one way to go about this, of course, build everything from scratch using HTML, CSS and building.

The JavaScript database builds all the administration player interfaces so you can enter and update information on your website and of course it's clear why we need an admin panel because random users and visitors won't be able to miss the data on the website and they change it, so that's one the reason that you need an admin platform so that only authorized people can go ahead and edit it and other reasons of course you can create a website if you are a software engineer or web developer but that website will not be very easy to use for the general public so if You build for someone who is not as familiar with technology as you are.

You are better off using a proven CMS because the content management system ides all the tools to manage users to manage content to implement a beautiful layout ready layout ready for your website or web application to some point there is a CMS platform.

out there that are designed for web applications and there are content management systems available for public websites or web blog users, some well-known CMS out there that you may have heard about wordpress, is one of them so this is a very powerful content management system in terms of structure it's a bit messy it doesn't follow modern web architecture but it has been updated and there are lots of plugins.

what's very important about WordPress and that is you can find plug-ins for basically anything you can if you want to add social features to your blog or website, you can find plugins to do it for you if you want to capture prospects there are plugins for do it too and of course there are plugins to build a membership area for your users and the other strong side of WordPress is that it has so many themes out there, if you want to change the look of your website or weblog, please do a google search, you will find lots maybe even tens of thousands of different themes.

out there are of course free and paid, but as long as the options are there you will be able to use them so that the other advantages of WordPress are the theme side and the ability to change the appearance of the event with the least amount of effort and energy and of course open source and of course WordPress is open source platform which means you can make modifications yourself or you can hire someone to make modifications.

for you and make it work the way you want it to work on another example a content management system will be a thumblr and basically what tumblr is a content management system combined with social media and basically build your web log on a platform that has integrated social capabilities , of course Tumblr can have its own theme too but in terms of plugins it's not as advanced as wordpress and of course it's not open source which means you can change that function but one good thing about it is that it gets a lot of traffic so it has the attention of the public and whatever you put there.

You get a higher chance of getting exposure than if you host your own WordPress based website on a weblog then you have to start generating traffic for it but if you do a good job of building a tumblr blog then basically you get traffic and you get the social side of things integrated with your own weblog and assume that tumblr is used mostly for blogs.

ather than a website if you build a website you might also go with WordPress because of the freedom and because of the flexibility that WordPress brings by itself and of course there is a new type of content management system that doesn't use a WordPress database so when you install it on your own server called host yourself you need to set up a database and store all the information of all user information blog posts into the database, there is a new type of content management system and the database is less important so is one of them if I get the right light.

You could have google it and you don't need any database to work with this color management system which makes it very portable you can just copy it from a directory on your website and paste it on a different directory on a different domain so that's a new kind of content management system coming into play basically taking away the need of a database it uses text files instead of having a database in place so that's a very quick explanation on what a content management system is it's very efficient and of course if you're starting out you better use a proven content management system preferably WordPress because it has majority of the plugins and themes as I mentioned thanks for. 

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