What is CMS?

Content management system (CMS) is a software application used to create and manage digital content. Or say that you can come to the website with the help of content management system (CMS), whether you have knowledge of coding or not, in this you are given such tools, with the help of which you can create a website very easily and quickly.

Content Management Systems are mostly used for Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and Web Content Management (WCM).

Leave a Reply

To leave a comment, please Login or Register

Comments (2)

Balvinder Singh Selected

Balvinder Singh

1 year ago
CMS is a content management software allowing a user to manage content easily by providing dashboard and screens with controls to access and manage the system. WordPress is the most popular example of CMS which provides dashboard to manage data and settings with each plugins having options to consider. Content basically files, media, text is handled by Wordpress CMS itself.

Rahul Gupta Selected

Rahul Gupta

1 year ago
As the name of CMS suggests, it is a Content Management System. CMS Admin gives full facility to the owner to manage his website. After the website is created, you can login and access any function, meaning you can change the text of a particular page, run an e-commerce store and you can access any function when you come to the back-end of your CMS based website. Can work in any number, in this you do not need to be completely dependent on your developer to make changes in the website.