In today’s changing online world, the freedom to manage your website provides both comfort and control!
As the world turns you’ll need a reliable way to manage your work flow to collaboratively create, edit, review, and publish changes to your website content. 72interactive can create custom CMS Systems that provides you with all of the necessary tools imaginable to allow enhanced flexibility in managing your site and its various components. We understand the importance of our clients need to be able to make changes when and how they want and feel the most important component is that it should be easy to use.
The comfort lies in the fact that you can leave the technical stuff up to us as we’ve got that covered! You’ll be able to upload files easily and change ../images on the fly! Editing or posting changes or additions to your site will be a piece of cake too with our comprehensive backend tools. The control comes from your ability to update your collective material entirely at your discretion.
We have an experience team for open source and custom Website Design & Development
for following domain (not limited to):
Industry / Domain experience for Custom Website Design & Development:
- Custom CMS System for Corporate Website
- Product Catalog with Custom CMS
- Custom Ecommerce Development
- News & Entertainment
- Inventory Management System
- Logistic Management System
- Social Media Applications
Technology experience for Custom Website Design & Development:
- Microsoft .Net
- BV Commerce
- PHP & MySQL
- Joomla / Zen Cart / Magento
- PayPal / TimesMoney Payment Gateway
Why do you need a Content Management System?
- Separation of content, structure and design -
A CMS improves the lifecycle of your site for years to come. The "look and feel" of your site can be changed or relaunched, leaving existing content and page architecture untouched. No need to worry about copying and pasting content again and again, simply publish your new design and the CMS will pull the information into the new look.
- Easy content production -
If you can use a computer, you can manage the information for your site. Using a graphical user interface, authors can simply create text, insert images a multimedia files to build and maintain a dynamic site.
- Decentralized maintenance - Typically based on a common web browser, editing and updating your site anywhere, anytime. You just need a Computer, Internet Connection and Updated Browser to update your site.
- Designed with non-technical content editors in mind - People with average knowledge of word processing can create the content easily. No HTML skills required to manage or update content for your site.
- Configurable access restrictions - Users are assigned roles and permissions that prevent them from accessing content for the secton they are not authorized to change. This could help an administator to assign roles for managing content for various section of the site e.g. HR to manage Career Section, Marketing to manage News & Events and so on.
- Consistency of design is preserved - Because content is stored separate from design, the content from all authors is presented with the same, consistent design. Henence a non technical person need not worry on how would the site look after adding text through the CMS System.
- Navigation is automatically generated - Menus are typically generated automatically based on the database content and links will not point to non existent pages, hence helping you in Search Engine Optimization (SEO) as well.
- Content is stored in a database - Central storage means that content can be reused in many places on the website and formatted for multiple devices (web browser, mobile phone/WAP, PDA, printer).
- Dynamic content - Extensions like forums, polls, shopping carts, special offers, news management are typically drop-in modules. A good CMS also allows for truly user defined extensions.
- Daily updates - You do not need to involve web designers or programmers for every little modification you need on your website - you are in total control of your website to manage majority of functionalties.
- Meta Data Management - These days CMS comes with an option to manage the Meta Data (Title, Description, Keywords and Page URL) for your website, which is used by search engines to rank your page or website on their search engines. This also gives you a facility to assign custom url for your webpages or website e.g. before description.php?id=23 now aboutus_23.php. Hence each link has its on meta data to help you improve your ranking on search engines.
What are the disadvantages of Content Management System (CMS)?
- Contains hundreds of files - A site that contains many files leaves itself open to errors. For example a client updating the site may create errors (i.e. inserting images that are too large, inserting flash) that result in substantially altering the design of the template. A static site only contains a few files that can easily be corrected for errors.
- Limited flexibility in design - CMS driven sites primarily use templates for design. They are easy to recognize because they have a standard format i.e. 2 or 3 column design with boxes placed in various positions to accommodate the content or seprate design for each module, like news section might have a seprate design compare to product module.
- The designer must stay within the confines of this type of template therefore he is limited in the flexibility and uniqueness of design that can reflect his business.
- Expensive Development - A CMS sites cost a lot more to develop than static websites because a website development company has to install and configure the database, design the template, then customize it to include all the extensions i.e. menus, polls, banners, forms etc. It will also require extensive testing to check for errors, browser compatibility and screen resolution. Finally the company needs to explain to the client how to manage the website from the control panel i.e. add products, add news, grant permissions to different authors etc.
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