Do I really need a Content Management System (CMS)?
Yes, you do. But a simple “yes” is not enough, so here are five good reasons why you really need a CMS:
What about types of CMS? Which should I prefer and why?
It all comes down to two types of CMS – custom-built and open-source. Let’s take a quick look into both of them and explain why the open-source option is better for the user.
The custom-built CMS:
The open-source CMS:
What is Microweber CMS?
Microweber is a new generation CMS and website builder, giving users a real Drag & Drop experience in an open-source environment. It's super easy and simple to use, even if you haven't done a line of code in your life. The system intuitively takes you through the whole process of creating a website and you start seeing the results immediately as you work.
The core idea of the software is to let you create your own website, online shop or blog. From this moment of creation on, your journey towards success begins. Tagging all along will be different modules, customizations and features of the CMS, among them many specifically tailored for e-commerce enthusiasts and bloggers.
Microweber comes packed with a full set of highly intuitive, easy to use features, including the revolutionary Drag & Drop technology, which lets users manage their content and arrange elements with just a click of the mouse, dragging and dropping them across the screen. Drag & Drop applies to all types of content.
The CMS has two core target audiences. The end-user lacking serious technical knowledge comes first because we know how frustrating the vast world of technology can . Microweber aims to deliver an easy experience that will make even the most uninitiated in matters technological true masters of their website, online store or blog. A second main audience is the developer and designer community. We want to see this community benefit from the software and unleash their imagination by creating and sharing custom-made templates or modules.be
Drag & Drop
Microweber is based on the Drag & Drop technology, allowing users to manage their content and arrange elements with just a click of the mouse, dragging and dropping them across the screen. Drag & Drop applies to all types of content: images, text fields, videos, and the whole variety of modules and additional customization options you have as a user.
Drag & Drop saves you a huge amount of time and makes creating your website an unmatched intuitive user experience. Managing and rearranging your content is a matter of seconds now.
Real-Time Text Writing and Editing
The Real-Time Text Writing and Editing feature users to write, edit and overall manage their content in real time. Going “live” means you can work on the website interface every time you wish to, a real What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) experience. Of Microweber has an admin panel too, so users can switch between different views depending on their preferences.allowscourse,
The Real-Time Text Writing and Editing feature is a groundbreaker, removing the need to preview content; it cuts the waiting time during work process and makes organizing and creating your content an easy and beautiful experience. Ever thought what it would feel like to work on your amazing online store, personal blog or corporate website custom template design? This is now completely possible and surprisingly smooth.
By “Modular Architecture” we mean something very simple, yet powerful: Microweber offers users the opportunity to extend their website’s capabilities and the tools to do that. The CMS has many additional features aside plain text which are dubbed modules. Modules are very diverse and range from Picture Galleries to Contact Forms or Google Maps.
Modular Architecture scales well with your needs and adjustments. If your brand has expanded and needs to be fueled by richer customization including multimedia and other features, Modular Architecture will keep on par. There’s a term for this phenomenon: we call it flexibility.
Templates are the most straightforward type of personal customization. Microweber CMS lets you use custom design and custom templates to match your preferences and way of sending your message across.
Design change does not affect content in any way – your information remains untouched so you can achieve smooth migration to your website’s new look. Regarding designers and developers, the software lets them create and share their custom created templates and either sell them or distribute them for free.
Templates are the ultimate freedom for every online shop, blog or personal/corporate website. Some of them are free, while others are paid. A template-based CMS lets you utilize them to craft your perfect vision of a site and stand out from the crowd.