If you browse around our website you’ll run into a bulky and abstract word when we talk about TYPO3: content management system, or CMS. There are loads of good reasons for using a CMS, but first, let’s take a look at what happens when you don’t use a CMS. Every website needs design, code and content. And when a website is not attached to a CMS, changes to any content need to be made directly in the website code.
Hard coding is dirty work
Today, code and content sometimes get confused. This is due to the legacy of HTML websites. In the beginning, all those many years ago, websites used to be built by hand. The code and the content for each individual page was were assembled meticulously and stored in specific files. Changing a single word or image in a static HTML website meant–and still means!–changing the code.
In HTML, content and code are the same thing.
This can be tedious and very, very, time-consuming. You want a new header image on your website? Call your web developer. He or she will then insert the image on every single page of your website. You want to add a new page to your website? Same thing. Put bluntly, making changes is a total pain in the neck.
Using a CMS makes maintaining websites easy and fun
Content management systems are used for displaying a website. The kicker of a CMS? Code and content are kept in different places. The code of any CMS is usually managed in a source code management system like Gerrit or GitHub; that’s where it “lives”. Content on the other hand, “lives” in the CMS. This means that anyone can make changes with amazing speed and flexibility.
A CMS comes with a WYSIWYG editor (What You See Is What You Get). Anyone who can create a simple document in a text editor will have no problem using a CMS to create web pages, blog posts, news articles, and so on.
Backed the wrong horse?
Are you unhappy with your current website? Does it help you get your work done or get in your way? If not, you should have a look at a well-maintained CMS with a long term commercial support offering. A widely-adopted, flexible open source offering like TYPO3 CMS makes sense for most businesses.
TYPO3 CMS is regularly updated, well-maintained, and backed by an open source developer community, a service provider ecosystem, and a commercial entity, TYPO3 GmbH.
TYPO3 CMS gives you all the advantages of a broadly adopted open source CMS: the tools and resources to build any website you need, access to the source code and the freedom to adapt it to best suit your needs, and the confidence of reliable support and updates.
4 benefits of TYPO3 CMS
This is list is by no way complete, but hopefully it serves as a good introduction into TYPO3 CMS’s benefits and why content management systems are such a good choice.
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