Take control of your own website with a Content Management System.
Content Management Systems
When constructing a website it is generally standard practice to put it into a CMS, or Content Management System by default. There are many CMS options available out there to choose from but before we begin to get into that, you might be wondering what exactly is a CMS?
What is a Content Management System?
Well, the clue is in the name. In summary it allows you to manage the content of a website. Hidden from the public, a CMS is a private area where you can login to edit certain components of your site. From the text, colours and images, to the page structure itself, there are many advantages to implementing a CMS.
Before they were commonplace, if you wanted a change making to your website you’d either have to get someone to do it on your behalf, or you’d need to get inside the HTML and other code. This is no longer the case as, with the user friendly interface of a CMS, this can all be done by you. It’s now super quick and easy to make updates, and you can do it in your own time.
To highlight the types of functionality available within a Content Management System, we’ve included some screenshots below to demonstrate the kinds of actions you could perform with a CMS added to your website.
Already have a website?
If you already have a website that you’re happy with, but want to implement a CMS, we can help. Without making a change to the existing layout, we can quickly add a Content Management System to your site to give you control. Your user’s won’t notice the change at all.