What is a CMS? A CMS stands for Content Management System. In this blog post I am specifically talking about Web Content Management Systems. These are web-based applications that allow multiple users on various security levels to access, edit, and build a website.
A Content Management System (CMS) is a web-based application designed for people with any technical level to administer and update their website.
This is great for the average business owner. A CMS allows easy updates to your website. The role of Content Management Systems have become more important with today’s website. They are responsible to such things as blogs, news, and articles. There are three major players when it comes to CMS, WordPress, Joomla, & Drupal. All are good in their own right, but the largest appears to be WordPress.
WordPress started out as a blogging application for websites, but has grown over the years to be so much more. There are many websites built with WordPress, some you would never even expect like:
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