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Content Managment System

What is a CMS?

A Content Management System (CMS) is a content management system software, a web application, for creating, managing, and storing HTML content. It is used to control a large collection of dynamic web material (HTML pages, associated files, documents and images). It allows for publishing, editing, and modifying content from a central page.

Why use one?

The consistency of a CMS allows for the development of a small set of templates for pages and other design elements, and applies them throughout the site. It makes writing, publishing and maintenance easier, supports the implementation of other technologies that rely on structured content, and it assists with brand continuity throughout the site.

The Benefits

  • The ability to update and change content anytime using a web browser. This allows a large number of people to create, share, and contribute to website data.
  • Greater consistency with design and layout.
  • Access to most all content through out the site to promote content sharing.
  • Improved site navigation.
  • Content will be displayed using current web standards. This increases accessibility for all users, with or without a disability.
  • Reduced site maintenance costs.
  • Version tracking with the ability to reactivate previous instances of the same page.
  • The CMS has built-in search capability.