CMS is a program designed to create and operate a website. The CMS acronym derives from the English name – Content Management System, which we translate as a content management system, content management system or website service system. Thanks to CMS, placing and managing site content is easy and convenient.
The basic features are common to all CMSs:
Separation of content, presentation and application layers
As a result, everyone can focus on the work they can do best:
- authors and editors – on content editing,
- graphic designers and designers – on their appearance, presentation
- administrators and IT specialists – on the efficient functioning of the website.
You can always make changes to the content, for example, without the need to change another layer, such as graphics.
Easy addition of content – self-update
Adding content is done using any web browser, which does not require any special knowledge – knowledge of computer science, HTML or programming languages, etc. You just write and publish! So you do not need IT specialists, webmasters or advertising agency services to update your content up to several times a day! You can divide the responsibilities of adding content between people or departments who know the topic best, because they deal with it on a daily basis.
Storing information in the database
All added content, information and studies are stored in the database. Thanks to this:
- the content of the website is dynamically generated,
- You can use the data many times, also in other places,
- you can also format it differently, eg prepare for printing or create a PDF document
- you collect an archive that you can also publish in whole or in part.
Protected editorial facilities
All work related to the management of the site, placing content takes place via a browser interface that is accessible only to authorized persons. Authors and editors can not interfere in system parameter settings. Content modifications are marked by date and change data.