Working of a Content Management System (CMS)
A Content Management System (CMS), is a Graphic User Interface (GUI) that makes interacting with a website’s database user friendly. There are thousands of CMS options for websites, such as WordPress, Drupal, Wix and Grid, and all of these CMS systems work differently, allowing the website admin different levels of permission and control. I’m using one right now to write and post this blog. Although the CMS is the entirety of the web application (database tables, admin panel and front-end display), a CMS is typically judged on the functionality of its admin panel. WordPress is the most popular CMS because of its large plugin library, which exponentially increases its admin panels functionality.