What is a Content Management System (CMS)?
Content Management Systems (CMS) are applications designed to manage dynamic content for websites.
All CMS applications have the ability to manage news or blogs and all include a templating system that allows the appearance/style of webpages to be controlled.
The more advanced applications can include a near endless list of additional features, including: categories; commenting; user logins; polls; statistics; file managers; FAQ managers; and so on.
CMS applications generally fit into the following loose categories: Blogs (also known as webblogs), CMSs, Portals (modular features that can be added into a standard three-column page layout), and Frameworks (do-it-yourself systems).
What Are Examples of Popular Content Management Systems?
WordPress is the best example of a popular content management system. While there are certainly other content management systems in existence, WordPress maintains over a 37.2% market share on websites with a known content management system.
Note that when we mention “WordPress”, we’re not talking about WordPress.com. Instead, we’re focused on WordPress.org, which is the website where the actual open-source WordPress content management system is stored.
Beyond the self-hosted WordPress software, other popular content management systems include:
There are also lots of other less well-known content management systems that target themselves to large enterprises (with an expensive price point to match).
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