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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
Today, if we have any question or need for any product, service, what do we do? That’s right, go to the Internet, enter your query in the search engine and get a sufficient number of answers in the form of links to specific sites.
It is visitors who have gone to the site through search engines, looking forward to the owners of these sites, as it is their target audience. But remember, how many sites or search engine pages do you browse? Yeah, not that much. And not all sites manage to gather a good audience, as not all can take a high position in search engines.
The purpose of creating a website for most companies is to increase profits. So, the higher the position in the search engines, the more visitors and more likely to increase this very profit. Continue reading
Web technologies and the information world do not stand still, so all active members of the network are trying to adapt to innovative processes. This evolution has also left its mark on websites. It used to be easier to efficiently create website there was a static, standard theme and checked the schema content. But there have been several key changes at this stage. What are the main trends in the appearance of modern resources?
The phrase “content king” has bored many webmasters, editors and copywriters, but it is still relevant. No matter how fast the site is, no matter how great it would be decorated, but if the visitor does not find anything interesting or useful on its pages, such a resource is doomed. Continue reading