CMS WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT
CMS became a buzz word in the web development industry because of its benefits.
A Content Management System (CMS) is a Web application that uses a database (usually MySQL) or other methods to create, edit, and store HTML content in a manageable way. Content is created and edited on the web in an administration portion of the web application (referred to as the Backend). The resulting content is then displayed to the viewers on the regular site (referred to as the Front-end).
A CMS (Content Management System) actually allows you to add and update the content of your web site. And yes, you can do this without any technical background. Using this simple system you can very easily add, delete images and edit text in your web site on the fly.
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 main purpose of a Content Management System (relating to web) is to provide the capability for multiple users with different permission levels to manage a website or a section of the content.
For example, you can take a website which has Articles, Blogs, Press Releases, Store, Events and assign each section or a part of a section to user(s) to create, edit, and archive.