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CMS stands for Content Management System and is often used on websites like Joomla, WordPress or Drupal. Websites developed on CMS help customers manage their website content easily without needing to code or make updates via FTP.
Websites built on CMS often help clients save money when needing to update content (or info on their websites). CMS allows clients to take control of all of their web content without having to write (or edit) any line of code.
WordPress has a huge selection of free and paid for plugins available, which offer many out of the box features such as SEO, e-commerce or even forums. Whatever you need, chances are a WordPress plugin exists for it, and if it doesn’t, you can hire a web developer to create one for you easily.
Open-source (free) themes are also in abundance on the internet, just find a theme that suits your style and include it in your CMS system. This usually requires a little coding to initially set up - getting things like your personal company logo to display for example, although some themes let you add this in yourself via the admin area.
If you're creating a large website with multiple pages and might need to update it now and again, or need to make changes or additional info on the website in the long run then a CMS developed will make it easier to edit existing pages, create and publish new pages.
Websites developed on CMS are a great tool for business owners that don't have the budget to hire a full-time developer to manage their website on an ongoing basis, which gives the client the power to be able to update, edit the content on their websites once it is up and running.
There are 3 main types of CMS and depending on what you are looking for, the below listed will help you find the right CMS Developer for your needs.
Most CMS Platforms come with stand templates that can be used by web designers and developers to create your website. Depending on your needs and requirements, finding the right Developer, means asking the right questions about the developer's skill set.
Most CMS platforms allow developers to change features on the platform to give the client the website they're looking for. This means that when looking for a CMS Developer you would need to find someone with the skill sets to edit PHP or CSS features.