CMS

Content Management System ( CMS ) makes it easy for non-technical users to add and update content on their website. No software is necessary, your website is the user interface! Simply log in to your website, then edit web pages in a Admin Control interface. It’s template-driven nature ensures that each new page you create is automatically integrated into the site’s design or template. You only need to deal with the content. Our content management system is full of value-added features that give you the ability to add and update pages, images, files, links, maps, and more. Best of all, we can integrate your existing website and design into our content management system.

Cyberlet Technologies offers affordable content management conversion, which converts your existing website into content management system framework like Joomla, WordPress, Drupal, Simple CMS, Etc. giving you full control to update many aspects of your website, including text, images, links, and more. The conversion process maintains the same design of your existing website, while greatly enhancing it on the back end. Not only do you have the ability to add content, but all content you add is automatically optimized for search engines, such as Google.

A CMS Web Site Have Capability to Scale

This allows you to create and store hundreds or thousands of pages in the database without the need to update each one of them.

Separate Design and Content.

We help you select a domain to work on, and host your blog so that it increases the ranking of the rest or your site.

Use Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) to Control Site Appearance.

Altering one CSS file will allow you to change the design and/or color of your CMS site. The consistency of the design can be preserved.

Multiple Authors

If you have different authors that wish to contribute to your CMS web site you can set up multiple user access in the administration panel. They can just login and begin adding their content.

Access from Anywhere

Authors and editors can access the site from any computer with an internet connection. This means users can update the site at the same time from any location in the world.

Web Site Management Panel

The backend administration panel not only provides the ability to add content but also to add modules such as polls, banners, forums, shopping applications, news management and menus. Authors can be given limited permissions to prevent them from editing content which they are not authorized to change.

Schedule Content Updates

Publishing content can be controlled by creating a draft first then publishing it later. This is handy if you need to coordinate content from multiple authors.

HTML Knowledge not Required

A CMS site allows non-technical people to add content. They just need to login with a user name and password then use the web editor that’s built into the CMS to add their content.

Saves Time.

If you were using a static site to add content from multiple authors, each author would have to download the pages from the server to their computer first, update them, then upload them back to the server. This would be very time consuming and could generate a lot of errors.

Create Search Engine Friendly Pages

The separation of content from design allows you to easily include keywords in the URL of each page. If the title of your article was “Content Management System Benefits” your URL would be written as:
http://www.domainname.com/content-management-system-benefits Some CMS sites automatically generate the correct meta tags for each web page which would help them to spidered by the search engines.

Conclusion

A content management system is a powerful tool for businesses that want to present lots of content from multiple authors and gain lots of visitors. It also has the capability to expand as your business grows.


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