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Content Management Systems

A content management system or CMS is a software that facilitates creating, editing, organizing, and publishing content. WordPress is a Content Management System, that allows you to create and publish your content on the web.

Features of good CMS

Features can vary with the different CMS available. The main functions are usually considered to be indexing, search and retrieval, format management, revision control and publishing.
  • Indexing

    Intuitive indexing, search and retrieval features index all data for easy access through search functions and allow users to search by attributes such as publication dates, keywords or author.
  • Format

    Format management facilitates turn scanned paper documents and legacy electronic documents into HTML or PDF documents.
  • Revisions

    Revision features allow content to be updated and edited after initial publication. Revision control also tracks any changes made to files by individuals.
  • Publishing

    Publishing functionality allows individuals to use a template or a set of templates approved by the organization, as well as wizards and other tools to create or modify content.
  • Search Engine Optimization

    SEO-friendly URLs
  • Support

    Integrated and online help, including discussion boards
  • Access Level Controls

    Group-based permission systems
  • Customizations

    Full template support and customizable templates
  • Easy Installations

    Easy wizard-based install and versioning procedures
  • Administration Panel

    Admin panel with multiple language support
  • Scaleability

    Content hierarchy with unlimited depth and size
  • Low Server Load

    Minimal server requirements

Choosing a CMS

There is almost no limit to the factors that must be considered before an organization decides to invest in a CMS. There are a few basic functionalities to always look for, such as an easy-to-use editor interface and intelligent search capabilities. However, for some organizations, the software they use depends on certain requirements.

For example, consider the organization's size and geographic dispersion. The CMS administrator must know how many people will be utilizing the application, whether the CMS will require multilanguage support and what size support team will be needed to maintain operations. It's also important to consider the level of control both administrators and end users will have when using the CMS. The diversity of the electronic data forms used within an organization must also be considered. All types of digital content should be indexed easily.

Joomla!

A free and open source WCMS built on an MVC framework. Joomla is written in PHP and offers features such as caching, RSS feeds, blogs, search and support for language internationalization.
All Devices

Wordpress

Another free and open source WCMS based on PHP and MySQL. WordPress can be utilized as part of an internet hosting service (WordPress.com), or it can be deployed on a local computer to act as its own web server (WordPress.org). It is immensely popular amongst the blogging community.
Teamwork

Drupal

Drupal is a scalable, open platform for web content management and digital experiences. Drupal provides deep capabilities and endless flexibility on the web.
Integrations

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