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CMS Based Websites

These days, Content Management Systems (popularly known as CMS) are often used to build websites. CMS is mainly used for the websites where contents need to change for very often. Each CMS comes with ready to use "Administration" section. This enables anybody (just anybody) to edit, add or remove text contents and images from the website. So, every time you plan to update your website contents, you don't have to pay hefty amounts to some HTML developer.

Among Content Management Systems, the Open Source ones are very popular eg :Wordpress, Joomla, Drupal etc. Nuvodev has successfully customized, implemented and developed many CMS based website and portals.

Features of a CMS
  • Fast, Flexible and Free
  • Friendly and Fully-Featured
  • Secure and Stable
  • Easily Managed
  • Excellent Support
  • Multi-lingual Support
  • Mobile Publishing

 

Why CMS?

- Easy to understand and use Administrator section. The Administrator section enables anybody (even if you are not familiar with HTML) to Add, Modify or Delete contents from the website.

- Most of the CMS generated codes are W3C compliant.

- Most of the popular Content Management Systems have Open Source versions. The Open Source versions are supported by active Communities.

- Each of Content Management Systems has no. of free or paid modules available. These modules can be easily installed and integrated to CMS to add new feature or functionalities.

- News feed managers of CMS help to display contents from other sources in website.

- Search engine friendly URLs are supported.

- Most of the Content Management Systems are easily upgradable from one version to other.

A content management system (CMS) is a software application or set of related programs that are used to create and manage digital content. CMSes are typically used for enterprise content management (ECM) and web content management (WCM). An ECM facilitates collaboration in the workplace by integrating document management, digital asset management and records retention functionalities, and providing end users with role-based access to the organization's digital assets. A WCM facilitates collaborative authoring for websites. ECM software often includes a WCM publishing functionality, but ECM webpages typically remain behind the organization's firewall.


Choosing a CMS

There is almost no limit to the factors that must be considered before an organization decides to invest in a CMS. There are a few basic functionalities to always look for, such as an easy-to-use editor interface and intelligent search capabilities. However, for some organizations, the software they use depends on certain requirements.

For example, consider the organization's size and geographic dispersion. The CMS administrator must know how many people will be utilizing the application, whether the CMS will require multilanguage support and what size support team will be needed to maintain operations. It's also important to consider the level of control both administrators and end users will have when using the CMS. The diversity of the electronic data forms used within an organization must also be considered. All types of digital content should be indexed easily.


What is a Content Management System (CMS)?

Content Management System (CMS) and other spin-off terms definition(s)

CMS became a buzz word in the web development industry because of its benefits.

PCMS stands for Content Management System. It is a term and has not been endorsed with a solid definition. A CMS can have multiple meanings depending on the scenarios and the person's or project objectives.

To add to the confusion, an organization named AIIM (Association for Information and Image Management) claimed the acronym ECM (Enterprise Content Management) and WCM (Web Content Management) as their creation and came up with their own definition that suites their organization's services. AIIM changed their definition of ECM a few times and submitted their definitions to Wikipedia, which is now published.

At the time of this writing, for most scenarios, when someone in the web development industry is talking about CMS (Content Management System), or ECMS (Enterprise Content Management System), he / she is more likely referring to either the first or second definition below.

In this article, I'll put the emphasis on the common CMS definitions and not the one created by AIIM. The detail of the purpose, use, and examples are all in the area of the commonly used definition. Content Management System (CMS) common definition #1 The definition of a CMS is an application (more likely web-based), that provides capabilities for multiple users with different permission levels to manage (all or a section of) content, data or information of a website project, or internet / intranet application.

Managing content refers to creating, editing, archiving, publishing, collaborating on, reporting, distributing website content, data and information.


CMS Based Website Design

CMS is a software that is capable of supportive creation of documents and any other such content. Its main use till date has been to write user manuals, help documents and content for Web Pages. It is used to basically manage the content of the website i.e. 'web content'. All sorts of business documents can also be prepared using the CMS. It's use is not restricted to the operational manuals, technical manuals etc. websites provide the owner with complete control. The design is quite a convenient method of maintaining sole power over your site. You can directly add, update and delete pages, with text, images and multimedia.

Full control on the website- over structure, content and design of your website. No programming knowledge is required while using web based content management system, now you can stop spending money and effort on IT personnel.

with a complete range of content editing tools. Powerful Editor allows you to see what a web-page will look like and how everything will align. The Editor has an MS Word-like interface with standard tools for formatting text, tables and web tools for managing forms, images, files and links. web site content management system allows you to purchase only the value you need at the moment. Small business CMS consists of the modules, each of them performing certain task (Web-page Manager, Catalog Manager, News Manager, Backup Manager, Gallery Manager, etc.). You can start with an affordable content management package and extend the system as your e-business grows.

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