Friday, January 27, 2017

Understanding CMS (Content Management System)

What is a CMS? Types of CMS? Advantage CMS?

Understanding CMS
CMS stands for Content Management System is a web application or web site software that aim to facilitate the management (upload, edit, add, etc.) content in a website / blog / web applications without having given the knowledge about matters of a technical nature without having have knowledge of web programming languages

With the CMS although we can not build a website without having to understand the html and the other, in the CMS, management of files is also highly structured, each element between the content and the design view separately.

There are several types owned CMS along with examples, namely:
CMS to create a personal blog, for example WordPress.
CMS to create web e-Commerce, for example, PrestaShop, OsCommerce, OpenCart, Drupal.
CMS to create web e-Learning, Moodle instance.
CMS to create a personal web, for example, Joomla !, Mambo.
CMS to create e-Office, for example, he said (Office of the Maya).
CMS to create web e-Forum, for example, phpBB, MyBB, Vbulletin.

Some advantages of using CMS:
Website design consistency can be maintained
Content desired can be published without editing by others
Save costs to hire a web specialist
Automatic notification to the website owner if there is content that has expired
Allows the good cooperation between the management of a website.
Reducing complexity in the management of information to the website.