Everything You Should Know About CMS



In an increasingly digital world, develop a website is essential. Whether for personal use in the form of a blog or to function as e-commerce for your business, a site should always be easy to navigate, it should have a user-friendly interface, and it should keep its content up to date. A user who is not satisfied with a site will choose to abandon it, and this translates into a loss of trust, loyalty, and many times, lost sales.


A content management system or CMS appears then as an ideal solution to efficiently maintain and update a site to keep it attractive to its users. In this whitepaper, we will go over the most important characteristics of a CMS and all the necessary information you should know to understand them better. Our software engineers will explain in detail how a CMS works.




What constitutes a content management system?


On a more technical level, a content management system is made up of two main parts:


  • A Content Management Application (CMA): This is the part that allows you to add and manage content on your site (as you saw above).
  • A Content Delivery Application (CDA): This is the behind-the-scenes process that takes the content you input into the CMA, stores it properly, and makes it visible to your visitors.


Together, the two systems make it easy to maintain your website.

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