CMS Web Development
CMS web software can be use to create a beautiful website, blog, or app for personal and business use.
With more than 9 percent of the Web is running on CMS and powers the web presence of hundreds of thousands of small businesses, governments, non-profits and large organizations worldwide like Citibank, eBay, Harvard University, Ikea, McDonald’s and Sony.
CMS systems offer full mobile support for all Android and Apple devices.
Here are some of the CMS features that can be integrated and which you will love when considering your online presence.
Joomla! and WordPress is the most popular and widely supported open source multilingual CMS platform in the world, offering more than 64 languages. Webmasters and content creators can create websites to be presented in multiple languages, without ever needing to step outside of the options available in the core software. This is a big step forward and represents a set of capabilities that can make websites much more accessible, reaching out to a much larger audience.
The Media Manager is the tool for easily uploading, organizing and managing your media files and folders. You can even handle more types of files, thanks to the configurable MIME settings. The Media Manager is integrated into the Article Editor so you can access images and all other media files for easy usage and enhancement of your written content.
With the banner manager you have the possibility to easily add advertising and monetize your website. The tool allows you to create clients and campaigns, to add as many banners as you need, even custom codes, to set impression numbers, track the clicks and much more…
Not enough with just one contact form on your site? The contacts component allows you to add several contacts, departments and categories, and extend the basic contact information with miscellaneous information and an image. Easily set up a contact form for each contact you create and allow access to the public or just to some registered users, or create a listing of these contacts.
With the built in search and smart search, your website visitors will be able to quickly and easily find the appropriate information on your site. And even more, thanks to the statistics you can analyze your visitors needs and streamline your content even better to serve them. You have the ability to use the included smart indexing, advanced search options, auto suggest searches – making CMS search the best in class right out of the box.
Content management systems at heart and has some seriously great features that make organising and managing your content a breeze. Content creation is made very easy by the inbuilt WYSIWYG editor and allows you to edit content without any knowledge of code. After you created your content you’ll find a lot of possibilities to show it on the frontend. Next to different layouts, you’re able to use several pre installed modules to show the most popular articles, latest items, related articles and more.
When you are managing content, organisation is a key requirement. Being able to create categories with nesting and no limits on depth is a great plus in helping manage large websites.
When categorisation is not enough to structure your content, it’s time to look at a flat organisation structure which is best served by tagging. What’s more, tagging in Joomla! and WordPress also supports nesting, so limits are just not there!
Front End Editing
Editing content should be easy and fast. You are reading through your site’s content and see a change you need to make. No need to login to the administrative section any more for simple edits of content and modules.
Simply click and edit from the frontend.
You will never again lose a previous important version of your article and other changes on your site. You are now able to track exactly who made what changes, when, and, if a version note was entered, why the item got edited. Then if needed you can revert to any previous version.
Syndication and Newsfeed Management
Make sure your visitors stay updated on the new content you’re adding, even when they come only once in a while. With Syndication you create a feed that users subscribe to in their favorite RSS reader and so they receive the updates. With newsfeed management, you can integrate RSS feeds to your site. Gather all posts from some of the largest news sites and show them on your site for example.
The Menu Manager allows you to create as many menus and menu items as you need. You can structure your menu hierarchy (and nested menu items) completely independent of your content structure. Put one menu in multiple places and in any style you want; use rollovers, dropdown, flyouts and just about any other navigation system you can think of. Also automatic breadcrumbs are generated to help navigate your site users.
ACL stands for Access Control List, it allows you to manage the users of your site, and different groups. When you’re managing large content portals or even intranets that means you need extensive control on who can see what and who can edit or manage what. The CMS ACL is extremely powerful and can be tweaked via configuration to suit any needs you might have.