What is CMS?
A Content Management System (CMS) makes the process of managing your website, such as editing and adding pages, fast and easy. There are three basic aspects to a CMS...
Unlike 'static' websites which are simply collections of linked web pages, a CMS stores a website's content (text, images and documents) in a database. This facilitates sophisticated data manipulation for efficient management.
When someone vists a page on the website, the CMS assembles the content from the databse 'on the fly' according to pre-defined stylesheets and templates to be displayed on a web browser.
Users with passwords can add, delete and update content using web pages on the 'back end' of the website. This means non-technical people can manage your website at anytime, from anywhere in the world. No special software required.