What is a Content Management System?
A content management system is a software package that helps you manage your website content. Generally, you use a CMS to build websites and then create, publish and distribute content. Depending on the system, you can use a content management system to make a variety of customization's such as integrated website analytics, SEO capabilities, automated email management, and more.
This is especially great for brochure and ecommerce websites, which need to be highly adaptable to keep up with changes in consumer preferences and technology.
How We Make a Difference at Super Web Solutions
We provide a variety of open source content management systems to fit your business needs. In addition to offering custom-made CMS programs, we can also build you one using some of the most successful PHP CMS programs on the market. Below is a list of the different content management systems we deal in:
The most popular open source CMS today, WordPress is ideal for personal websites, blogs, small business websites and those who don’t want to mess around with html. Although originally designed for blogging, it’s great for creating quick, easy websites that don’t need many custom features and functionalities.
Used by Olympus, Porsche, Sprint and other big name companies, Joomla is the second-most used CMS application on the web. Designed for complex websites with multiple pages, it has more CMS features and flexibilities than WordPress.
Much more sophisticated and complex than WordPress or Joomla, Drupal is used by big guns such as the White House, Stanford University and the Linux Foundation. Generally requires advanced programming skills and is not recommended for beginner use.
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