What is the best CMS? This is a difficult question, and depends on what kind of site you are building. Content Management Systems (or CMS as they’re also known) are an essential tool for any webmaster who’s moved beyond basic blogging platforms such as Blogger.
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Published by Guest Author The Magic of PHP + MySQL It's safe to say that nearly every website that's up-to-date these days is using some form of content management system (CMS). While there are a ton of great free options that provide us with a CMS to power a website (WordPress, Drupal, etc.), it doesn't hurt to peek under the hood and get a feel for how these systems work.
Building websites by hand with all html/css pages was fine a couple years ago, but these days there are a ton of awesome Content Management System options out there that make our jobs as developers and website publishers SO much easier! So, What Exactly Is A Content Management System? According to Wikipedia , they describe a CMS as follows: