As technology is growing beyond our thinking, the exasperation from web technologies is growing with the CMS or content management systems, like Magento, WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal. In the recent years many new CMS has invented to make competition for the best content management award. But if you really have your ear to the ground, it is very tough to decide the conqueror among them.
Selecting the proper content management system can create a huge collision on how you are going to develop and manage your website. CMS varies from the very easy to the very multifarious, from user-friendly to developer-friendly and from free to relatively costly.
Types of CMS Websites
There are 3 types of CMS:
- Web CMS (It is used to manage the website content.)
- Component CMS (It is used for authoring, approving and version the content)
- Enterprise CMS (It is used to deal with huge data of bigger enterprise)
Here I am going to explain the 5 types of CMS. So here we go:
It is a PHP based content management system from Ellis Lab which totally concentrated and designed for deploying sites those who have heavy content. It is extremely flexible and user friendly as well.
Concrete5 is less flexible than Expression engine. It is an open source based CMS but the most interesting thing which makes it more popular i.e. it is more user friendly to the users who don’t know coding.
It is also an open source CMS which claims itself as a “next-generation publishing platform and application framework.” It is very easy to install, support sufficient to design sites especially business sites.
This is a very snooping and portable CMS as you can add PHP tags within the code of an existing site from Perch’s interface instead of design a website new by this CMS.
Statamic is one of the advanced types of content management systems which concentrate on creating static content to reduce the headache of generating dynamic pages.
Some of the advantages of using CMS website are as follows:
1) Centralized System: A Centralized system grasps all of your data into one unity which functions like a centralized repository system for website development. It helps from the disaster and without this data might get scattered which resulting in redundancy.
2) Exactness: All you need to store the content in CMS only once at a time and it can be reused many times giving vast scope in usage. Apart from that, CMS keeps the update of content reuse and significant updates of the content which keep the content updated and accurate.
3) Privacy in Usage: By conveying user rights, it is effortless to keep the data protected so that only authorized persons are allowed to check over the
4) SEO Friendly: It is the best practice for SEO (search engine optimization) like meaningful URLs, insertion of page titles, correct metadata etc. are common with the use of CMS.
5) Affordable Price: Content Management Platforms for website development like Drupal, WordPress, Joomla are very affordable as well as flexible.
Nancy is a CRM Software developer at Klixmedia which is a web design and development and Australia based company. She narrated here about different CMS for website development.