Content management system, popularly known as CMS, is a computer application that supports not only creation but also the modification of digital content. The most common CMS features include format management, Web-based publishing, version control, and history editing, search, retrieval and editing. Just by nature, these content management systems also support both the preparation and separation of content.
Types Of Content Management Systems.
The two types of content management systems include the Digital asset management systems and the web content management system, The web content management system is designed to support management of everything found in web pages such as maps, video, audio and graphics while the digital asset management systems manage any content with a clearly defined ownership such as scientific data, movies, phone numbers and pictures. The only thing you will have problems managing is fast apps with a lot of content, for instance fast slot machine apps will be difficult to manage.
Common Features of a CMS
One of the most common features of a CMS is the ability to publish content with clear URLs. A CMS must also comply with the various standards and accessibility framework such as WAI-ARIA. The right CMS should have a strong modding community with several plugins and themes to select from. A good CMS should also allow the user make necessary changes without necessarily learning code.
CMS and its Common Features.
The use of CMS has become quite common among internet users such as writers and bloggers. According to market statistics, the most popular CMS is WordPress and is used by over 28% of all internet websites. The other popular CMS, though not as popular as WordPress include Drupal and Jumla.