A Content Management System (CMS) is used to add, edit, and delete content on a website. For a small website, such as this, adding and deleting a page manually is fairly simple. But for a large website with lots of pages like a news website adding a page manually without a content management system can be a headache.
A CMS is meant to ease the process of adding and modifying new content to a webpage. The pages content are stored in database, not in the file server.
I offers Web content management consulting, delivery and support services that can bring order and control to your Web presence. We design and deliver creative Web content management solutions that shift responsibility of content maintenance from your IT staff to their content owners.
I create a complete line of CMS applications that have been specifically designed with non-technical staff in mind, ensuring the right people can manage the right content. Organizations benefit by enabling the creators of Web content (typically business professionals) to also become the publishers and managers of this Web content.
Content Management Features I provide:
Print version function
Simple mail form & guest book included
The contents of the site is stored in a single HTML-file
Written in PHP – runs on Linux servers, and on Win32 both with Apache and IIS
Uploading of images and files
PHP-scripting within content
Online editing of system configuration
Automatic backup on logout