CMSA CMS stands for Content Management System. CMS is a software that runs on a web server, and as the name suggests, it manages content by interfacing between the backend database for storage and the visual front-end. CMS can be custom built for specific needs or you can pick from a wide variety of CMS options available in the market. WordPress is the most popular CMS with a market share of 60%. There are commercial CMS solutions and open-source CMS solutions. Among open-source CMS options, WordPress again has a dominant market share. CMS solutions are also available for a specific niche like news publishing where specific features are built in to cater to the industry needs. A modern CMS can integrate with numerous 3rd party systems, modules and plugins. This critical aspect of extending the core feature set of the CMS and also having the flexibility of integrating it into your business ecosystem is a very important requirement.
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WordPress.org and WordPress.com, Which WordPress Website is better for you?
WordPress is an open source Content Management System. While WordPress.org was created, a number of people wanted an easy to use website, where they did not have to bother about backing up content, security, keeping the site updated or even hosting. That is when Matt Mullenweg created WordPress.com with all the above features built in.
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