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Why CMS Solution is needed for your Business

CMS Functionality

Desire Web World are popular CMS systems: Php Core and WordPress. Of course, WordPress is mainly used for blogs, but can be configured as a platform for an ordinary website or even an e-shop. There is less popular, but more suitable for people who come from the IT background and like more freedom in regard to programming and HTML code. PHP-based CMS systems are expected to have at least the following features

CMS stands for Content Management System. It is a way to manage content (your data) on a server. Using a CMS makes your code modular, with web pages created dynamically. A CMS makes code much more sensible and readable. For example, in a dynamic web page, we have a header (the top section of the page), sidebars, a footer (bottom section), content from a database (most things are stored in the database except files) and some functions & classes for handling the web page (like manipulating database, form validations, security handler, etc.). All of these sections are placed in different files and combined in order to generate a web page.

CMS Functionality

  • Ability to edit pages using an online MS Word-like.
  • Ability to categorize pages, add them to menus.
  • Ability to manage navigation system through the site using menus, breadcrumbs, sitemaps and other standard means of navigation.
  • Ability to manage gallery.
  • Dynamic add Picture with content.
  • Ability to dynamic category in gallery.
  • Dynamic add/remove/edit category.
  • Manage user functionality and add or remove user finality.
  • Dynamic change banner/slider picture in home page.
  • Change logo in web pages.

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Why we do it better CMS?

Most of them have an overwhelming number of features, which creates a problem for a business user, as extra features make it difficult to configure administer and support the web-site based on it. This brings forward the necessity to hire an experienced webmaster who has worked with the CMS of your choice and can help you out of most problems. It’s also possible that you won’t find a plug-in/module for your sophisticated business logic and will have to hire a programmer to write it for you from scratch. When selecting an open source package many would go for a feature match. They will prepare a list of required features, and then see if pre-selected PHP-based content management systems match that set of features. But having a feature does not yet make this feature easily available for the end user; neither does it make it easy to use. For example, any PHP-based CMS will have a feature of adding pages, but how easy is it for you to do? If you are unsure, it’s a good idea to arrange a training session with your designer beforehand, so you are taught all the essentials once the site is ready. Besides, if you are adding a dozen of simple pages daily, clicking through a few times and then selecting a few options just to post a page can be a substantial time overhead.

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