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Content Management Systems have become one of the most powerful web development tools on the internet since PHP. In a market where websites need to be built faster and more easily, many developers are turning to open source CMS solutions to get the job done. Many already know all about CMS, but many more haven’t yet heard of them. If you’re in the latter group, pay close attention. This article will explain what a Content Management System is, review important things to look for when choosing one, and list some recommended systems.
A Content Management System (CMS) is essentially a web application that uses a database (usually MySQL) or other methods to create, edit, and store HTML (or other) web content in an easy-to-manage way. Content is created and edited for the web through an administrative portion of the web application (referred to as the Backend) and this content is then displayed to viewers on the regular website (referred to as the Frontend).