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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Advantages of CMS

A CMS does exactly what the name suggests: it provides a framework to create new Web pages, populate them with content, attach them to templates, link them together and publish them to the Web -- all with a few clicks. The CMS engine takes care of merging the layout with the content and dynamically generating the required HTML output at runtime.

A CMS-based approach offers many advantages, such as:
  • Most CMS packages come with a graphical set of tools to manage content, allowing even non-programmers to quickly get started with Web content publishing.
  • They usually include with a set of professionally designed templates, which ensure the final pages are attractive, SEO-optimized and conformant to current specifications.
  • By separating layout from content, they produce more maintainable code and make updates significantly easier (not to mention less expensive!)