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CMS Hosting (Everything You Should Know)

Last updated on December 14th, 2020 at 01:17 pm

CMS Hosting

In this article, we tell you all about content management systems and CMS hosting and how they are important for your website.

A content management system is a software used for producing and managing a website and is installed on your web host account. The main purpose of CMS hosting is to allow multiple website users with authorized permission to manage a website or a section of the content.

Advantages of CMS Hosting

  • A CMS is a user-friendly program that enables users to distribute, delete or send the web content. You can as well search, retrieve and reuse the content.
  • As a user, you do not have to wait for web administrators to make changes to your content. A CMS system provides instant updates on the content.
  • A CMS system can be accessed anywhere using any computer device that is connected to the internet.
  • Content management provides a conducive environment to share content and is useful in data automation.
  • The content management system allows you to focus on producing more content to improve the SEO ranking and drive website traffic.
  • CMS allow non-technical users to upload modify and upload content themselves.
  • CMS support multiple users.
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Most Used CMS platforms


This is which is a free content management system based on PHP and MYSQL. It has plugins features and templates you can use to create a beautiful website but is mostly used for blogging.


Mobile and user-friendly way to build websites. It is good for creating small and medium businesses.


A free open-source that is used by individuals or companies to create and manage many types of websites.


It is suitable for e-commerce companies and grows with your business regardless of the kind of e-commerce features or the enhancements you need.

Text Pattern

A free open source content management system with plugins that match special patterns in the text and applies to formats to replace text and execute relevant commands.

Content 5

This is also a free open source CMS that enables you to edit content easily.

Types of CMS

Document management system

It offers a paperless solution to manage, store and track data on the cloud. DMS provide an automated solution to upload, process and share business documents without having to print it.

Enterprise content management system

This management system collects, organizes and delivers an organizations document to ensure that it is delivered to the right audience. It allows all members of the organization to access the organizations content when they need it.

Web content management system

A WCMS provides administrative tools to help in managing the digital data and all the components of a website.

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Digital asset management system

Users can store, organize and share digital content. Digital asset management is cloud-based, users can access digital content from anywhere.

Component content management system

It provides management of each component as a separate entity, words, phrases, image to store them in a central place.

In conclusion, the content management system is installed in your web host account. Once the CMS has been installed, you can make changes to your site at any time without having to have technical coding skills. CMS are publicly accessible but you can also restrict and allow access to a certain group of people.

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