Content Management Systems

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Content management system is a procedural system that determines how work flows in any given work environment. With reference to the web environment, content management system may be limited to the creation, control, storage and deployment of individual contents on a given web page. Content management system is differentiated from static pages through a number of ways. Ultimately, whereas content management system should enable a manipulative approach towards the use of the web pages in question, static pages give web users no manipulative option of altering the content of the page. Rather, users act as passive beneficiaries who receive the information on the web pages just as they have been stored. This means that given a number of users receiving information from a single server, all users will at any given time receive the same information. Even though the internet has today come to be a great transformation that depends on the principles of content management system in a dynamic way, Eldridge (2001) notes that the internet used to consist solely of HTML or static web pages, that is, web pages that are not changed before being displayed in a web browser. Today, content management system is at the center of the internet and controls almost all web site creation processes. Present internet experts and web creating experts depend on content management system to “lower the barriers to entry and make it easier to launch a site, keep it updated and get more out of it” (Miller, 2012). This means that content management system is being used to do away with impediments that made the accessibility to websites more difficult in times past. It is also being used to make the ownership and maintenance of websites more free flowing and... ... middle of paper ... ...E LIST The Information Architecture Institute, The Problems with CMS. 2003. Web. 28th January, 2012 Miller C. 5 Reasons to Use a Content Management System. 2012. Web. 26th January 2012 Smith, D CMS Functionality – Simplified Productivity. 2010. Web. 25th January, 2012 Eldridge L Dynamic vs Static web Pages. 2001. Web. 24th January, 2012 Baog P. 10 problems your content management system will not solve and how to overcome them. 2010. Web. January 28, 2012

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