Dec 15, 2012

Website content management system – what is it all about?

CMS or the Content management system, in simple words can be explained as PC
software that helps you to amend, alter, make public and maintain the contents from
the central interface end. Initially CMS was designed with the purpose of simplifying
the complex task of writing codes of various versions and to ease up the development
process more flexible and handy. This type of software helps to manage system that
controls and manages the complete content with the help of a workflow procedure
including a collaborative environment.


CMS helps to centralize data edit, publish and modify at the single back end interface.
This web CMS technique is best used to be in charge of active set of web materials that
are made available online such as websites, media files and document.

Different types of CMS

We have three major types of Content Management System (CMS) namely, online
processing, offline processing and hybrid systems. These processes are being used
in the implementation procedure to describe the deployment pattern for Web CMS via
presentation templates that provide a structural content pattern for your web page.

Online processing system is all about implementing templates requisite condition.
Usually a web page HTML is being generated during a visitor’s entry or when the
page is being pulled off from web cache. It is known that most of the open source web
content management system has the capability to support add-ons that offers the
required support including blogs, forums, web stores, etc. It’s being referred to as add-
ons, widgets, modules, or extensions with open source of paid license model.

Offline processing system is something that is also termed as static site generators.
Pre-process all the content by implementing the right templates ahead of issuing to
generate your web pages. As pre-processing system does not call for server to make
use of the templates at the right time, they subsist as design-time tools.

Hybrid systems
There are systems where both online and offline techniques are being implemented.
Some systems write their exec codes to move on with dynamic HTML condition where
CMS is not deployed on all servers. While the other types of Hydrid systems are either
offline or online base on the functionality.

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