When you design your own website you need to consider how often you will think you need to update it. If ‘latest news’ or ‘latest publications’ are important or if you plan to update it weekly, then investing in a Content Management System (CMS) is a recommended option, but what is a CMS (Content Management System)? The answer is that a CMS is an online web based application used for processing, generating, organising and gathering information, any CMS system will give you the freedom and power to update your website whenever you have Internet access from anywhere in the world.
A Content Management System lets you update different pages and sections of your website without being a techy. You and your colleagues can edit, remove, add, or publish content as often as you like. And you don’t need to know any HTML code. All that you need is a username and password to your CMS system and a WYSIWYG editor and you have the freedom to do what you want.
We’ve built our own easy to use Content Management System that allows you and your colleagues to log-in and add or edit content on different pages of your website, you can add news, pages, calendar events, images, documents and much more all from a webpage. For websites that have regular updates and new content then a CMS system is ideal, but if you rarely update your website then this would be unnecessary for your business.