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Want to impress people?

Say with confidence that you manage your Website with a database-driven Content Management System. Impressive, but wasn't that what they used to save some alien race in Star Trek?

Well, it could be. Content Management Systems (CMS) are tools used to create, edit and organise information. It can be as simple as a rolodex or as cluttered as my desk... ahem. A CMS on the Web is usually a collection of Web pages that enable people to administrate a site. It will often require a login and password, store data in a database, and more than its share of buttons. All of them work behind the scenes, hidden away from the general public.

The Web is full of CMSes. Some are free, some are for sale. Many are proprietary or require a fair degree of technical skill to set up. If you're feeling adventurous, take a look at downloads like Joomla or Drupal.

Quickweb itself relies on a simple but powerful CMS geared specifically towards small businesses.

If you use a CMS to run your site, keep a list of its strengths and weaknesses. You'll likely find your site bending around the CMS's unique quirks. If not, at least you'll impress your friends at parties.

Contact us to discuss your CMS requirements!