content management systems (CMS)

Content Management Systems makes managing your website an easy task. CMS's have modular architecture and reduce the amount of technical knowledge required to update.

Below are resources to CMS's which we support.

Drupal - is a Content Management Framework, which differs from Content Management System (or CMS). As a Framework, Drupal allows an unlimited number of modules and features to be added to it to better fit anyone's needs. Standard Drupal installation (without extra modules) allows you to create a scalable website, easy to maintain and support for a long time into the future. Drupal can support a variety of websites ranging from personal blogs, corporate brochures and large community-driven websites.

 





ImpressCMS - Content Management System for easily building and maintaining a dynamic web site. Keep your web site up to date with this easy to use, secure and flexible system.

 





Joomla - software that keeps track of every piece of content on your Web site, much like your local public library keeps track of books and stores them. Content can be simple text, photos, music, video, documents, or just about anything you can think of. A major advantage of using a CMS is that it requires almost no technical skill or knowledge to manage.

 





MediaWiki - is a free software wiki package originally written for Wikipedia. This application allows you to manage an organization's knowledge online, allowing multiple users to contribute to the content and keep it up to date. Pages use MediaWiki's wikitext format, so that users without knowledge of XHTML or CSS can edit them easily.

 





XOOPS - is a great tool for developing small to large dynamic community websites, intra company portals, corporate portals, web blogs and much more. A lite XOOPS can be used as a personal weblog or journal. For a medium site, you can use modules like News, Forum, Download, Web Links etc to form a community to interact with your members and visitors. For a large site as an enterprise one, you can develop your own modules such as eShop, and use XOOP's uniform user management system to seamlessly integrate your modules with the whole system.