Content Management System
To keep a business website flexible enough to scale up and down we use the content management system.
The website template is designed first by the web designers. Necessary interfaces and plugins are configured. These plugins are nicely presented in the CMS dashboard, which talks to the database at the backend where all the website configurations and settings are stored. The website content to be published is then dynamically populated in the database. The pages are categorised so it becomes easy for any new admin to publish new content and update existing content and images to the website.
So CMS stands for Content Management System which helps us manage the website content on the fly.
There are so many CMS used in the tech world. Some of them are WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Magento, Shopify etc.
Among them WordPress remains the most widely used content management system on the web. There are countless blogs which rely on WordPress. WordPress powers more than 30% of the web — a figure that rises every day. WordPress has become the ultimate publishing platform for the web.
We can easily organise, categorise and archive the website content with the WordPress features. It enables the website visitors to easily find and read the content they are interested in.
Here are some of the features that we think that you’ll love about wordpress and which will make you consider to switch your website to a wordpress website.
Nothing will get in your way of publishing your website when the WordPress’s Simplicity make it all possible. It is Quick. WordPress is built to make that happen.
With WordPress, you can create any type of website you want, from a simple a personal blog or website to an ecommerce web portal with complex functional features.
Publish with Ease
If you have all your website content documented, you’re one step away from publishing it to your website. All that you have to do is copy and paste the content using the easy to use text editor and insert the media files from your computer with a click of a button.
With so many features for the content publishing it really makes it easy to create drafts, schedule the publication, make content private or public and secure posts & pages with a password.
WordPress has different levels of Users. So you need not give the super administrator’s privilege to everyone. You can assign different roles to the users where they can be authors, editors or contributors where you can safely hand over certain tasks to your staff and need not worry about the settings or other confidential informations stored in the website. WordPress shows a different dashboard to different user roles.
Adding images to your website is as easy. Just Drag and drop your media into the uploader to add it to your website.
Search Engine Optimized
WordPress is optimized for search engines right out of the box.
You Have Control of Your Site
Isn’t it awesome to do simple changes to your website yourself without waiting for your web designer. You have control to nearly all the aspects of your website content.
Your Site Can Grow as Your Business Grows
WordPress sites are very scalable. When you are ready to publish hundreds of thousands of pages, you can easily add them to your site. WordPress websites will not be compromised in the least.