If the user can't use it, it doesn't work
Intuitive and easy to manipulate with little to no training, content management systems can be used to edit website content, keeping news feeds, portfolios, and contact information up to date without the need for design agency interference.
The Content Management System (CMS) of a website can be accessed with a log-in, and, through an interface that can either look like Word or an email template, updates and additions can be made by you. Just type in or edit what you want to say, hit “publish”, and it's up!
Most websites use CMS features to operate blogs, news stories, and other factual yet temporal information. This feature allows clients a degree of control over the site, without interfering with important tools such as SEO and branding.
Which Content Management System is right for me?
For most users, one of the big-name third party systems, such as Wordpress, Joomla, or Drupal, will be enough. As these are customisable, and are constantly revised to match online trends, they are satisfactory options for most websites.
However, these packages can be limiting – and therefore frustrating – if your project requires specific functions which are not operable with an off the shelf CMS.
Codastar provides both third party and bespoke, user-friendly CMS. Our starting point is always an analysis of your needs. We will never oversell bespoke systems or try fit your goals to someone else's template. We will only build what is best for you.
For a more detailed look at the systems we have on offer, please take a look at this section's subcategories