What is a Content management system?

A content management system (or CMS) is software running on your web hosting account that permits creating & editing your websites content, as well as organising and deleting it. You can do all this from an easy to use backend interface.

Many business and marketing sites use Content Management Systems.  The most famous of there are WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal.

Content Management Systems typically help you to avoid the need for hand coding your web sites content, allowing you to easily manage your website without the need to know any HTML coding.

CMS features differ extensively. Basic systems might only have a small number of useful features, while other releases, such as WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal, use more complex and effective features. Most Content Management Systems offer  Web-based publishing, format management, revision control, indexing, and a search functionality.

Web content includes text and graphics, pictures, video, audio, and code that displays content or communicates with the user.

A Web CMS may index material, choose or assemble content at runtime, or provide material to particular visitors in a requested way, such as other languages. Web Content Management Systems usually permit customer control over the HTML-based material, files, documents, and Web hosting strategies based upon the system depth and the specific niche it serves. Part material management system A concentrates on the production of files from part parts.

Whatever content management system you use needs high-quality web hosting as it can be very resource intensive requiring database interaction whenever a page is loaded.

If you need advice on which hosting is best for your content management system please contact us