A CMS is a website content management system. To be more precise, CMS is the software code on which the website is written. Content in a CMS is typically stored in a database and displayed dynamically, loading to one degree or another in accordance with the user's actions. Creating a website usually requires not only some creativity but also some technical knowledge. And the customer is always concerned about how easily he can create, edit, publish and manage web content (including text, images, video and audio). Indeed, different control systems have different interfaces, and it is sometimes not easy to understand what and where to click. Our specialists will always help you with this. We only work with customer-friendly engines. After developing the site, we provide our clients with clear instructions on how to navigate the admin panel, create and edit materials.
There are no good or bad content management systems
The quality and stability of your site is not directly related to the type of CMS, but to the level of professionalism of the webmaster, who must be able to correctly install and configure the platform.
Everyone knows about the advantages of popular engines. But you are looking for something unique, and suddenly you are offered to make a site on a self-written CMS. A web studio that offers to create a site on a "self-developed" CMS assures that it is better, prettier, and works faster.
Carefully weigh all the pros and cons so as not to make an irreparable mistake and throw your money away. Self-written CMS is a protest and a demonstration of the ambitions of novice programmers. We mean CMSs that are created and used by an individual web studio as their own development and know-how. It is profitable for the company that develops and promotes their engine to sell it to you. The secret is that they bind you to themselves in this way. Why is this bad?
There are a number of reasons for this:
1. Development is expensive and takes a lot of time.
CMS development from scratch requires a fairly high budget, as this work is very painstaking and difficult. If a unique CMS is offered to you ready-made, its price is usually included in the cost of the entire project (but this does not always happen). For customers who have a large budget, this is unlikely to be a disadvantage. But if we consider the majority, not everyone is ready to pay for the site an amount in dollars, including four zeros.