Content Management System

  • Publish Content without Knowledge of HTML, CSS, etc
  • Separates Content, Structure, & Design
  • Access ANYWHERE & ANYTIME
  • Don't Need Expensive Software
  • Easy Collaboration
wordpress
tiki wiki
joomla
drupal

At first it might seem unusual to offer a Content Management System (CMS) as one of the "services" offered, but when web design is a service, so is the corresponding software. There are several popular CMSs today, with many of them being open-source. A few of the more recognized names are Drupal, WordPress, Joomla, Tiki Wiki, and many more. Some advantages of using a CMS are standards based coding, updating content after an initial build, organization for all the sites content, and all at no additional cost.