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Types of WCMS, online & offline processing, and hybrid systems
A content management system (CMS) is a computer program that allows editing, modifying
content publishing as well a
s maintenance from a central interface. These procedures can be
either an automated or cascade manual steps. CMS platforms allow users to publishing,
modification and centralize data editing, on a single interface. A CMS is a tool that enables a
technical and non technical staff to edit, manage and finally publish in a number of
formats a variety of content such as text, video, graphics and documents etc. A CMS facilitates
content control, editing, content creation, and many essential maintenanc
e functions of Web.
CMS has played a major role in the website development sector and it is being used by the
almost all IT producers in the market. The CMS has various kinds of advantages that keep it on
the number one position in the IT market.
e some free CMS available. List of top
is as below:
it is a platform, where anybody can publish their work and can show ability
and capability of work.
it is a user friendly and mobile ready way to create an online website.
it is an official open sources home page of content management system that
provides and powering millions of web applications and websites.
The SilverStripe is a very flexible open source Content Management System that gives
everyone involved in a web pro
ject the tools they need to do their jobs.
TYPOlight CMS is a web CMS that Uses Web 2.0 technologies and Ajax.
There are 3 key types of WCMS: online processing, offline processing, and hybrid systems.
These systems sometimes referred to
as static site generators. They are process of all content;
apply publication to generate web pages. They do not require server to apply the templates.
These systems apply templates on
demand. WCMSs have the capability to sustain add
provides comprehensive abilities including photo galleries, blog, forums, web stores, wiki, ,
contact management, etc.
A few systems merge the online and offline approaches
Few content management systems are free or at affordable price. Although these subscriptions
may be expensive for some IT companies but once they catch, these are very beneficial for
future purposes. Many CMS tools are easily customized. They have simple t
ools and design
modes which makes it easy for beginners.
Content management system as the name specifies has the ability to control when content is
published how the content is published, and who publishes it. As it have advantages as well as
ntages too. Maintaining CMSs may require license updates, upgrades, and
hardware maintenance. If web cache files that have to be reloaded every time data is updated
grow large. Since the URLs of many CMSs are dynamically generated with internal parameters
and reference information, they are often not stable for static pages and other web tools to rely
on. CMS is the most important key point while developing or creating business and social media
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