Content management systems (CMS) are essential tools for anyone who needs to manage a website or digital presence. They provide users with the tools they need to create, manage, store, and publish content on a website. They also allow users to manage and publish content, as well as integrate with third-party services. With a CMS, users can ensure their website looks consistent, is easy to navigate, and is optimized for search engines.
The CMS provides users with a WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) editor for creating content, as well as templates and content types for ensuring a consistent look and feel across the website. It also provides users with the ability to create and manage menus, categories, tags, and other taxonomies for categorizing and organizing content. Additionally, the CMS allows users to manage permissions and user roles, as well as schedule content for publication, set up automatic redirects, and generate HTML outputs.