CMS Websites

CMS Websites

A Content Management System or CMS as the name suggests, is a software system which is used for managing the content of a website through which you (the owner of website, and who has the admin power) can make amendments, trimming, and changing of content. CMS websites go a long way in helping the organization and individual to organize, control and publish the content of the websites. The content could be of any form such as images, texts, multimedia presentations, and other kinds of web material like HTML documents, and related images. CMS allows the content to be stored in a centralized location, separated from the design template, and eases the process of formatting and editing the content, including images, products, categories, and much more on the website. A CMS allows large organizations to structure and automate the collection of content that needs to be managed and published on the web site.

A CMS may also provide tools for one-to-one marketing. In totality, you can manage your website without any technical help. That means, by opting for CMS services, you are not only saving time, but also money. Custom CMS is a must in today's market environment because aggressive marketing is the order of the day, where businesses are supposed to update information about their services or products on a regular basis. We are a name to reckon with in customised CMS solutions.

Custom CMS

Our CMS provides tools where users with little or no knowledge of programming languages can create and manage content with relative ease of use. Our CMS is powered by PHP and uses MySQL database to hold content. Management of the CMS is done through a web browser.

Below are the some of the features of our custom CMS:

  • Web page preview from admin panel
  • Tabbing feature
  • Page order with drag & drop functionality
  • Publish
  • Unpublished
  • History
  • Empty pages
  • Publish XML site map
  • Ability to add multiple virtual URLs which point to one page
  • Ability to save as page
  • SEO/Site related statistics