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Content management systems

A Content Management System (CMS) permits that you add and edit the info of your website easily and proficiently. Thus eliminating many web maintenance costs.

This differs to the traditional ‘static’ website that relies on web programming knowledge to make changes to your website.

The Content management systems (CMS) is developed to make content management accessible to non-technical users. It gives you the tools to deal with multiple content members and administrators across your organisation. The core features of this content management system (CMS) provide the overall flexibility to develop the right websites to meet your needs. Additional plug-in modules allow you to develop your site for when your requirements increase.

Content management systems highlights include:

  • Scalability – CMS can be extended
  • Multilingual Support – CMS supports independent versions of content for different languages as well as different language versions for the back-end
  • Access Control – CMS supports restricting access to the content to some user groups
  • Templating – Smarty based template system supports unique, non-template looking graphic design
  • Integration – CMS can be integrated with other web software solutions
  • Search Engine Friendliness – CMS fully supports SEF Links and SEF Content
  • Easy-to-Use Backend  – Tree-based categories structure, WYSIWYG editor, JavaScript navigation

The Content management system (CMS) admin interface is browser based, which means that content can be contributed, edited and managed by any authorised user, anywhere. This mechanism allows local editors, external agencies and outworkers to work in complete collaboration, irrelevant of their physical location.

Diverse types of content can be harmlessly handled, such as HTML, Flash, Microsoft® Office Documents, XML, PDF’s, Quicktime, Windows Media Video, Bespoke Applications etc.

Generally there are limits to the number of sites or number of pages that can be contained and managed within the program, or to the variety of delivery channels through which content can be provided.