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• Simple sites or interactive
• Slideshows, video streaming, music, forum, blogs, email capturing
• Content management systems (manage your own content): Wordpress, Joomla, Drupal, Magento, Shopify, etc.
• HTML, Flash, Java, Ajax, ASP.net, or PHP
• Web distant learning
• Installing CMS and all modules and databases
• Photo gallery with slideshow (owner can edit this at will
• Forum with multiple functionalities
• In preparation for search engines: page title, description, keywords, picture names will be integrated
• Image clean up and optimization for easy download
• Email capture of visitors
• Video playback module
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Content Management Systems Explained
Once the website is setup, and the customers start rolling in, you will want to make ongoing changes. These could be very small, such as changing a phone number, or adding a news item. New products, or shifts in business direction, will necessitate larger updates to the site. Chances are, though, you will still be happy with the design, and it’s just the text that needs to be changed.
While the web design house did a great job, you don’t want to have to go back to them for every change. A hundred small changes in a year will leave you both frustrated, and is not economic for either party.
This is where a content management system (CMS) comes in. Sitting behind the scenes, it gives you the ability to maintain your own site. No website larger than a few pages should be without a CMS to manage it. A content management system is a software package specifically designed to manage a website. It is installed by the web designers, but intended to be used by you.