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4 April 2016

CMS Content Management Systems

What is CMS?

What is CMS?

With tonnes to think about when it comes to web design, the last thing you want to be thinking about are the technicalities.

However, regardless of whether you feel you need to know or not, we are telling you that you do need to know at least the basics of web design and the tools web designers use so that when you have a conversation with the designer, you are at least a little up to speed with where the conversation is going. After all, it’s good to have at least a little knowledge so you know what kinds of questions to ask. 

What is a CMS website?

Well, CMS stands for Content Management System and allows complete control and management of the website. The name literally stands for what you can do with it. Here, you can log in to the back end of your website and control the content, what you upload, how much you upload and more. Having a CMS website means you can have as many pages as you want and allow users to search pages across the whole of your site, so there are more than just one or two benefits of having a CMS website.

Why is CMS a good choice?

CMS is easy to use and navigate around. This means that you can find out how to use all the features of a CMS site with minimal training. You don’t have to worry, though as FDC provide full training and support so you are fully comfortable with how to use it, even if you are not necessarily the tech savvy. 

Plus, you don’t need to have any experience in programming or HTML, meaning you can pretty much stick to your comfort zones and manage your website with total ease. 

Because it is so easy to keep a CMS website up-to-date, you can ensure that you are not in league with those other websites that find it difficult to regularly update their content. Not to mention that the more regularly you update your website, the more regularly Google will crawl your website, earning you more brownie points with Google in addition to existing SEO efforts.

FDC use Wordpress and Drupal to build your site meaning you can get all these benefits and more when you decide to work with us. For more information, please book your free consultation with FDC now and see how we can help you today. 

Stay tuned throughout this month for more information on Drupal and Wordpress and how to choose the correct CMS website for you!

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