Content Management Systems

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A Content Management System, or CMS, is a comprehensive user interface which allows a user to manage content on his or her website. WordPress, Joomla!, Magento and Drupal are all examples of popular CMS’s used today. Depending on the CMS, users have the ability to edit copy, images and even adjust other stylistic elements of their websites. Also, some CMS’s are specialized in certain verticals. For example, Magento is a very popular Ecommerce CMS and WordPress is a popular blogging CMS. Some CMS’s offer greater flexibility than others, and it is important to investigate all options when deciding on which CMS to implement. There’s a great resource hosted by www.CMSharbor.com which allows for a real-time comparison of most CMS platforms available on the market.