Content Management System
A software application used for creating, managing, and publishing digital content, typically used for websites or blogs. A CMS enables users to create and organize digital content without requiring knowledge of programming or markup languages.
Content can be added, edited, and formatted using a variety of tools, and the CMS manages the storage, retrieval, and publishing of the content. CMSs typically provide a user-friendly interface, allowing non-technical users to easily create and manage website content. Popular examples of CMSs include Webflow, WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla
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