OceanWaveTech can develop several Content management systems (CMS) to provide easy solutions to your web content publishing needs.
OceanWaveTech delivers CMS Development in all of its aspects Setting up the hosting, create and structure the website, add all the elements, features and extensions needed to accommodate your needs, protect it and secure it and organise the backups and alerts, set up and tune it for SEO and marketing purposes, tune and improve its performance, add content and visual elements, including design and templates features are all aspects of the delivery of your CMS that OceanWaveTech can take care of. Be in touch to understand more of how we could help quickly and efficiently.
WordPress, Drupal, Joomla and others are all CMS platforms and are more or less equivalent. They need to be hosted, installed, structured, tuned and enriched with design elements and content so that the website can be published. Then they need to be tuned, protected and organised to be effective in marketing terms and navigation. This whole process is the CMS Development process where OceanWaveTech can help.
What is a CMS
A CMS (Content Management System) is a software application (in simple words a website) that allows owners to manage content in a simple way by editing, archiving, publishing, and sharing data and information. The good part of it is that users do not need to have any coding expertise.
Uploading and updating content is hassle-free. In addition, it will enable different individuals to create, organize, publish or edit their work directly.
It’s the world’s most popular CMS software. WordPress powers around 43% of all websites on the internet. WordPress offers the flexibility and freedom to build any kind of website and does not require any technical skills or coding knowledge, delivering great looking pages. It has very extensive features and can be easily tailored to your needs. It is well designed for marketing purposes as well. Because of its wide flexibility and extensibility it is the ideal CMS platform for both beginners and developers alike.
Another popular CMS platform is Joomla. It comes with lots of different templates and extensions. It was first released in 2005, so like WordPress, it’s been going for years. Joomla is a good CMS platform for developers and experienced website creators, but not so good for beginners.
Joomla is a good choice for something complicated or bespoke, so often, unless there are good reasons, WordPress is preferred.
Yet another CMS platform is Drupal. It is the CMS behind some major websites. Drupal is a good option for developers and especially if you are aiming to build a highly customized site that needs to handle a lot of data.
The custom content types are flexible and offer plenty of options and there are lots of different modules available.
However with Drupal, it can be tricky to change the appearance of your site or add extras. It is definitely not as beginner-friendly as WordPress and can be expensive.
Benefits of a CMS
Key benefitsinclude user-friendliness, quick deployment, ease of maintenance, including updates cost-efficiency, extendable functionality, SEO-friendly features. It also enables non-technically minded users to create functional pages or upload and modify content themselves, without having to outsource the work to a web developer or understand any programming languages.
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