Content management system
CMS (Content management system) is translated from English “content management system/site”. Thanks to a convenient and simple interface, working with the data flow does not cause any difficulties. Once, most sites had to be managed via FTP. To make some adjustments or changes, it was necessary to thoroughly know the structure of the portal and a minimum understanding of the HTML language. Now the site management system allows even beginners to easily understand their complex architecture. Management is much easier because of the easy language of writing sites-PHP.
Requirements for CMS
The site management system allows even inexperienced users to freely work with content. Continue reading
How to choose a web Studio to create a website
Bill gates said, ” If Your business isn’t online, you’re not in business.” Since then, more or less successful and not very companies are thinking about the question of creating a website to get on the Internet.
Not quite understanding the goals and opportunities, many are trying to save:
Someone manages on their own, or rather the forces of a full-time sysadmin, programmer, it technician. That no special motivation is doing “as best he can”. So what? Cheap and angry. The goal is reached — the website is.
Other companies apply for freelancing. In search of the cheapest programmer, ready for a small fee to build a corporate website. Continue reading
Paid and free hosting. Which is better?
Once the site is ready, it is necessary to ensure its placement on the Internet. If You just place the site on your computer, it will not be possible to go immediately after you turn off this computer. Just to make Your website available to users every minute, there is such a service as hosting.
Hosting service is to provide disk space on a remote server that has a permanent connection to the Internet and provides round-the-clock access to Your site. Simply put, on a special server you are allocated the required number of megabytes in the form of a directory that contains all the information that is on Your site-texts, documents, graphics, clips, etc. Continue reading