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What is CMS?
A content management system, or CMS, is a web application
designed to make it easy for non-technical users to add, edit and manage
Not only do content management systems help website users with
content editing, they also take care of a lot of "behind the scenes"
work such as:
Automatically generate navigation elements
Making content searchable and index able
Keeping track of users, their permissions and security settings
And much, much more.
Why use to develop your CMS website?
You have read some really amazing things about CMS on this page.
Having a web site that you can manage yourself is the perfect solution for
However, you need a professional company to design and develop your site.
Our sites are featured in many online design portfolios. Our sites don't only
look good - we market them so that they perform well and bring you
traffic and business.
It's no coincidence that we are chosen to develop websites by companies
from Dubai to New York to California to Hong Kong to London to Lisbon to
Naples to Hamburg to... need we say more?
In the field of web design you really do get what you pay for. Let's face it –
it doesn't matter how little you paid for your website or how attractive it is.
If it can't rapidly be found in the search engines then it is losing money for
you every single day. Now that is a very expensive website!
Several web-based CMS tools are available.
Word Press -
free web software designed for creating template-based
websites or blogs
Google's blogging tool designed specifically for maintaining a blog
a flexible web publishing tool that supports custom databases
an open source platform often used for developing community-
a web-based platform for building simple personal and business
Manage your own 'Online Shop'
Do you need a custom ecommerce web site? Do you want to
have an online shop that doesn't have the same old look and feel that
everyone else seems to have? Of course you do! Your business is unique
and finding an e-commerce solution to suit it can be very challenging –
especially when your company lacks an experienced technical team.
Inexpensive hosted platforms can offer many options, but often
their standardized features don't satisfy the complicated business
requirements of an online shop. Expensive software platforms may be
flexible, but they require a dedicated staff to implement and keep running...
and they really are expensive!
What is Word press?
WordPress is a free, Web-based software program that anyone
can use to build and maintain a website or blog. It was originally intended
as an easy way to set up a blog. But, thanks to the efforts of a large
“open source” community of WordPress programmers working to
extend and improve its capabilities, WordPress has become much more
than just a tool for bloggers.
Today’s WordPress is really a “content
management system”(CMS), which
means that it can be used to run full-sized,
social media-rich business websites. you
build a WordPress website yourself. (You
save money.) Or we can
do it for you. (You save time.) And we can
customize the look and feel
of your WordPress site to perfectly fit your
What is Joomla?
Joomla is an open source content management system that allows
you to build web sites and powerful online applications. This award-
winning web site software contains easy-to-use features and it is freely
available to everyone. Joomla is written in PHP for managing content on
the web and uses a MySql database to store content. Joomla! is released
under the GNU General Public License.
What's a content management system (CMS)?
A content management system (CMS) is a computer system software
that handles every available web site content such as text, photos, music,
video, documents, etc on your web site. The benefits of using a CMS is that
anyone without technical skill or knowledge can easily manage a web site
such as publishing, editing and modifying any content on it at any
time or location.
How does Joomla work in today's web sites?
Corporate Web sites or portals
Corporate intranets and extranets
Online magazines, newspapers, and publications
E-commerce and online reservations
Small business Web sites
Non-profit and organizational Web sites
School and church Web sites
Personal or family homepages