A Content Management System (CMS) is like hiring a help to clean and organize your house. As time goes by your website will undergo many changes and a simple yet effective CMS is what you need. A CMS typically has two elements: a Content Management Application (CMA) – allows content management (creation, modification, removal) without HTML know-how; and a Content Delivery Application (CDA) – uses and gathers all information to update the website.
A CMS usually has these features:
We call our CMS solution, Web88 and it can help you easily control and organize your website's information. It's a tool designed for non-technical users and is flexible because it adapts to business changes and needs. It has a user-friendly interface that allows you to easily edit content, add more functions, create pages, delegate authority, and upload and share rich content.
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CMS stands for Content Management System. A CMS is a web content publishing and management system that allows normal content originators to create, submit, and publish their content directly within a web application/site without any development tools or knowledge of HTML.
CMS Web88 is built using PHP that provides website developers with a simple, easy to use utility to allow building small-ish (dozens to hundreds of pages), semi-static websites. Typically our tool is used for corporate websites, or the website promoting a team or organization, etc.
CMS Web88 provides a mechanism for the website administrator to create and manage "pages", their layout, and their content.
CMS Web88 makes managing the navigation in your website a breeze... you can re-organize your pages any way you want, and navigations are automatically created from your page hierarchy. This tool makes creating numerous different navigations with the entire page hierarchy, or a subset of it "simple".
CMS Web88 separates layout code from content code, so that editors can manage content without having to know much about how websites work, so that layouts can be easily edited and take effect on numerous pages, and can be easily shared. With CMS Web88 you design once, and easily use that same design over and over again.
The Core package provides the ability to manage news articles, search functionality a contact form, a WYSIWYG editor (for your customers or editors) and numerous other built in functions. Additionally, there are hundreds of third party add-on tools that are quickly and easily installable to allow building websites with many different capabilities.
If you're an experienced web developer. If you have found that sometimes creating a simple corporate or organization website is difficult in some of the other content management systems. If you have found that other CMS's are sometimes "overkill" for what you need. If you want to be able to hand off the content management to editors. If you want complete control over the layout and appearance of the site, and you know how to do it... If you want a simple, easy to use, yet expandable tool - then CMS Web88 is probably for you.
CMS Web88 is not a replacement for packages that build static websites like Dreamweaver or FrontPage, etc. These packages don't use databases, provide little in the way of dynamic content, and usually content cannot be edited by customers.
CMS Web88 supports information access to its pages for all browsers, and as long as the browser isn't parsing and interpreting something it doesn't know how to handle, it's fully functional in any browser. This means you can read content, add content and do all CMS Web88 operations from all browsers - although it might be a bit more cumbersome on older browsers.
You will get some additional benefits and ease of use if you have a standards-compliant browser.
Yes, you always have the option to enter additional content yourself (you can create an unlimited number of pages at no extra charge) and the CMS Web88 is designed to make this simple and easy.
We first speak with you about your goals for the web site. Are you selling products? Providing Information? Connecting with clients or constituents? What is your target audience? Is it Global, nationwide or regional? The list goes on… What do you want the site to do for you or your business? We want to build a site that becomes a tool for you.
Our ultimate goal is to design a beautiful custom web site with a look and feel of sophistication and style that reflects your organizations unique services and that strengthens your position in the market place.
With respect to the design of your home page, it's important for us to know and understand your likes and dislikes. After all, you are the expert in your field. As we discuss the design perimeters together, we listen, ask questions, and of course, add our own suggestions and recommendations. We are, after all, the experts on building successful web sites and every ounce of our knowledge and experience will be applied to making your web site the best it can be.
Once we've done our homework, our graphic artists start designing your home page. We start from scratch and we initially come up with two different design concepts.
When the home page have been designed and approved, we proceed with the design of the inside page template and submit it for your approval. The next step is to wire up the CMS and to do the layout and enter the content of the individual pages of your site.