Manage Your Own Site
There are many advantages of using a content management system such as ease of use, security, periodical updates, and etc, but the biggest advantage is that it will allow (you) to manage your site. Of course we will be there to help you get familiar with your website and if necessary we will extend the backend functionality to further simplify your life.
So what’s a CMS.
CMS stands for content management system. It is an application that allows users to publish, edit content and extend/maintain their website through a central interface. Most content management comes with a wysiwyg editor that allows for easy content creation. Depending on the CMS the users also gets access to many aspects of their site such as creating users, extending the site through plugins, control over the menu, creating new products and many more.
Although Content management systems are great tools, they aren’t a good fit for every project. A CMS is best fit for eCommerce and informational websites and if your project doesn’t fall under these two categories, don’t be discouraged because the web is filled with other frameworks built to address such specific needs.