What is CMS?

Content Management Systems have become one the internet’s most powerful web developer tools since PHP.

Content Management System, or CMS in short, is computer software systems for organizing, displaying and facilitating collaborative creation of this content. A web site’s content is a combination of different components like texts, graphics, images, scripts, embedded files such as flash animations, audio/video streams or downloadable files. All of these may be components of one document (or HTML page in case of a web content management system).

One principle of many content management systems is, to separate the content from the layout, which makes it easier to preset the same content in different layouts for different media (“cross-media publishing”) like webbrowser and printer. Separating content and layout also enables website designers to concentrate on the presentation, while others attend the content.

This can be achieved by storing the content and the layout in different ressources and dynamically merge them together to the final document.

Why use CMS?

There are several possible reasons for using a Content Management System, but the main reason for using a CMS is to make creating and editing of content simple and easy. Often developers forget that this is the main purpose of a CMS and in search of more and more functionality, they cripple themselves (or their customers).

Content doesn’t just include text however. Sometimes the content you need on a site is a contact form or user authentication system. The trick is to find the CMS that provides the functionality without sacrificing ease of use for yourself or, depending on the situation, your customer. A good CMS will allow you to spend more time focused on the design of the frontend then on implementing extensions or functionality.

Many companies find it difficult to keep their web site content as up to date as they would like. Often there are delays getting new content online, the site stagnates and your clients get to see outdated information. That’s why so many companies are turning to CMS.

A CMS web presence allows you to manage your web site even if you have no technical knowledge, experience with HTML or web site design. It also reduces the calls to your web design agency or IT department for changes to the web site. CMS reduces the time required to publish, allowing you to get your content on-line faster. This is a very important issue for any professional web site.

Why use CCJK develop CMS for you?

CCJK.com is a professional in building CMS website. Once CCJK develop the CMS for you, it requires no monthly fees – no license fees – no maintenance fees – you are not tied to us in any way. You can log in from the back panel and maintain contents. You have complete independence and total control! If you should require any support, we are there for you.

For more information, please check out our portfolios from https://www.ccjk.com/development/website-development/.