SEPARATING DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT & CONTENT
Add compelling features like picture galleries or change the complete outlook of your website while the quality content, bulletin boards and advertisement banners remain intact. It is ideal for expert and diverse teams managing your online business!
NO TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED
Managing your dynamic website and updating regular content may have never been as easy without any coding and computer languages involved. CMS allows users who have absolutely no idea of HTML or CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) to have complete control over their website.
Blogs or wikis featuring multiple authors are allowed to work simultaneously without any hindrance to each other. In case there are different authors, editors and publishers, each can carry out their task in producing high quality articles.
DYNAMIC USER-FRIENDLY BACKEND SYSTEM
The dynamic software platform offered by the content management system helps in updating or adding content fast and easy. While static sites require downloading complete pages, changing displayed information with HTML and then uploading it back. CMS not only reduced time, but also lowered the probability of errors through previews and spell checks.
You know your business better than others and no matter how much you try to convince your visions or objectives to your developer he will always be one step behind. Complete command over the content of your site is what CMS gives you. Thus, the next time your designer says he has to go and fetch some food for his cat before he can create that new page on your website, you can tell him how lovely it used to be working with him.
CONSISTENT SITE LAYOUTS
With CMS, it really doesn’t matter if you just planned to install a blog on your existing website or your boss wanted his dog’s family albums displayed on the website’s gallery. All pages in the site can have the same look and feel like other pages. This feature is highly beneficial for those who have several authors posting articles on their website or guest bloggers sharing their reviews.
AUTO-GENERATED MENUS AND LINKS
With CMS like Joomla, Drupal, WordPress and many others all menus and submenus automatically stay in line with their parent links and get called wherever their parent links are present. So for instance, you have a ‘Locations’ and ‘Order Now’ page assigned under the Contact Us as a submenu, you’ll always find them together throughout the site.
NO BROKEN LINKS
Pages you had previously deleted or removed due to any circumstances will have no traces whatsoever as all links are generated and removed automatically. No page means no link and definitely no page navigation errors on your website.
PLUGINS AND EXTENSIONS
This is one of the most amazing and lustrous feature in most content management systems. If you wish to have any additional items like banners, subscription service, shopping carts, PayPal or credit card acceptance features, all you need to do is go online and find yourself the most suitable plugins available for your needs.
DATABASE DRIVEN STORAGE
All CMS applications are integrated on webhosts using databases such as MySQL and even Office Access, making it easier to transfer or imitate content and structure on other sister sites that you may wish to launch for your business.
Like blogs, CMS also enables you to set time and date for a publication that you wish to share on a particular date. For instance sending all your employees a greeting on their emails or changing the company home page on its anniversary to treasure the moment.
REMOTE AUTHORIZED ACCESS
Since all you need is your website and the login details to get inside your CMS hosted online, you can change or add updates from nearly any part of the world. Some CMS also allow users to access their websites through their smart phones and iPad devices to share any updates.
SEARCH ENGINE FRIENDLY URLS
One major problem of attracting more visitors and traffic throughout the world from search engines is also solved by most content management systems. CMS users experience total on-page optimization without having a clue about internet marketing. All URLs are keyword rich, while adding tags and links within the content itself can be much more compelling for search engines. Additionally, having a lot of content and several pages on your website is highly likely to draw some traffic one way or the other after all.