Content Management System hosting (CMS hosting)
Content Management System known as CMS, is basically a web hosting system that agree us to define and set permissions for numerous users at various levels to handle and supervise the different sections of content in your website.
And that content can lie under different kinds of classifications like events, press releases, articles etc. When a line is drawn, the Content Management System (cms) lies in two categories called the Traditional or Open Source Content Management Systems and the Hosted Content Management Systems.
Open source content management system
Popular regular self hosted Content Management Systems are listed below:
WordPress: It was first started for blogging purpose, but after a long time it gained success as a Content Management System as well.
Drupal: Drupal is a very popular Content Management System existing in the market. And it is simple to use it would be better to handle it with a previous knowledge of coding and some other technical aspects.
Joomla: Joomla is also a CMS that is mobile ready and user friendly. Now Joomla counts for more than 35 million downloads. Joomla offers a huge number of extensions to add additional features.
Alfresco: Alfresco is a powerful Content Management System at enterprise level that features well-organized management of documents and web. The Alfresco CMS computerizes the business processes that are document intensive and helps in the collaboration of operations in a large scale.
Hosted Content Management Systems
Vae: Vae, which was once a verb, is a superb CMS featuring everything from e-commerce solutions to email marketing platforms. Vae also allows us to add standard HTML and CSS files to the Content Management System.
Light CMS: The Light CMS is a normal Content Management System that gives a greater flexibility with respect to design. The Light CMS has 80 predefined templates that are fully integrated.
Squarespace: Squarespace is a hosted Content Management System without an admin panel. It gives a common solution for websites that accommodate content, blogs and portfolios.
Business Catalyst: The Business Catalyst is an another great CMS that is focused on the business.
2 elements are there:
Content management application (CMA) is that front-end user interface that allows a user, to add, modify and remove content from a Web site without the interference of a Webmaster even with limited expertise.
Content delivery application (CDA) work is to compile that information and updates the Web site.