CMS (Content Management System) is system that gives easiness to the users in managing and changes the content of their dynamic websites without any technical knowledge needed. In that way, it’s no matter what are you task either the writer or even the editor, you can use it widely any time you need. You can create, erase or even renew the content of websites and you don’t need to deal with the webmaster.
The capabilities and the features of CMS system are different. However most of software has web based publication feature, format management, control for revision, index maker, searching engine as well as archive. Commonly, a CMS consists of two elements. Those are Content Management Application (CMA) and content delivery application (CDA).
CMA element allows the users that might be not have any capability about HTML (HyperText Markup Language) to manage the content from scratch including making process, modifying and erasing a website without mastering any capability of webmaster. CDA element uses and collects the information which has been added, lessened or changed by the website owners when updating or renewing the website.
Because CMS separates the content from the design, the consistency of the appearance can be always kept very well. Each part of the website can have different content and appearance without any worry to lose the identity of the website at all. You can reuse any available information for any need so much easily because all data is kept in one place.
CMS offers so high flexibility in managing work flowchart and access right that enhance the chance off the user participating in developing the website. It will give you many benefits when the website has high complexity and expands much faster.