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Content Management System CMS Development

  1. 1. Content Management System CMS DevelopmentIt is only when we create our own website and prepare its launch that we begin tonotice the shortcomings popping up one after the other. Like wishing away thosepop-up ads on the net we cannot rid these nuances, much less ignore them. Athorough remake that could set the webmaster on a spiral to wizardry maysometimes be required to get our site rolling on a racetrack.Thankfully, Content Management System (CMS) is here to help us tide over theseearly hic-ups and even provide an ongoing chassis loaded with visual blindersand verbal hyper quotes that can send the iconic James Bond into delirium. Wesurrender, however, to the fact that our graphical assault is limited to thecontents of our weapon’s magazine but Content Management System (CMS)ensures the firepower is sustainable.Different CMS available today are-VAE- is an all-in-one CMS, e-commerce and e-mail marketing platform. Vaeallows us to build pages as HTML or CSS files without the typical use oftemplates, modules or blocks.Light CMS- is targeted at web designers with 80 templatesBusiness Catalyst- is hosted CMS by Adobe targeted at business owners. An all-in-one system that includes blogging, e-commerce, CRM, e-mail marketing andanalytics.Squarespace- focuses on in-context design and editingWebvanta- prompts us to select from a list of templates.There is no hard and fast rule as to the choice of a CMS should include all thelatest available features. The least optimum combination that will cover all ourrequired options at the most economic cost would be a justifiable pick.What is CMS?
  2. 2. It is an electronic system that enables publishing, editing, and modifying contentas well as site from a central page. It provides a collection of manual andcomputer-based procedures to manage workflow in a collaborative environment.CMS extends the shelf-life of a website that is somewhere between two to threeyears. Changes to site templates can improve the site over time and avoid acomplete overhaul that can be a drain on resources.CMS sites can have a new design applied to its templates avoiding a reformatentirely. CMS enables addition of new sections, implementation of extranets andpresents virtually no loss of opportunities.Advantages of CMS over normal websites-A normal website is created as a brochure, to sell products online, or to solicitfurther business through resultant exposure. It is designed, created and hosted bya website designer and programmed using HTML or XHMTL language. Onceonline any changes will require the web designer or a techie who knows to edit,create or delete a web page.Advantages- Low cost; Simple to create and host; Quick download on lowerbandwidthsDisadvantages- Can be expensive if frequently updated; Lengthy changeprocedures involving web designer; Rigid functions that can let competitors gainan edge.A CMS website enables contents to be edited, updated and deleted throughMySQL database using server-scripted languages PHP, ASP or Alter contents at will without web designer or HTML code andinstantly CheaperDisadvantages- Initial cost is higher; slower at lower bandwidths; Complexcontents require trained handling
  3. 3. The benefits thus accrued have left the end users choice less.Anil BhatCell : +91 – 9911720780Email : sanganaktechnologies@gmail.comUrl :