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Content Management Systems (CMS): What They Are And Why We Love Them…
By: Maarten VanRuitenburg
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    2006-07-21

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    Hence the name, Content Management System. Content Management System applications are ideal for businesses and sites that require ongoing updates and additions.

    The simplicity lies in the fact that through the utilization of the web-based tools, Content Management Systems completely separate the updating and creation of the site’s actual content from the site’s design and layout. Therefore allowing a person with no knowledge of HTML to go in and alter/add content to the site’s pages without making structural changes to the site’s design.

    What are a few of the benefits associated with using a Content Management System over traditional web-design?

    Well, to begin with, Content Management Systems are developed in a way so that even a novice user has the power to maintain and update the site. The content input/update areas are designed to offer a very user-friendly interface, appearing much like a common word processing application that so many of us are familiar with. This makes it possible for any person or staff involved in document creation to easily and efficiently maintain the content on the company’s website.

    This brings us to yet another factor that makes Content Management Systems so helpful. Because more people have access to updating and maintaining the website, the information is generally much more accurate and recent.

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