A standard HTML website is static and fixed. Which means that to change any text and images, the page files that make up the site must be edited and then uploaded to the web server. To do this you either have to be a web programmer or you have to hire one.
The alternative is to use a Content Management System to fill the roll of the web developer.
Simple Interface Joomla is very easy to use.Â It has evolved over 10 years, improving with each release.Â It's ease of use is one of it's greatest strengths.
Extensible Extend, update, modify. Choose from well over 5000 available plugins, modules and full featured components to add the features you want or your clients want.
Installing a CMS is quick and easy for us and that is why we do so for every project we undertake. It actually saves us time, giving us the ability to quickly add the features outlined below and to quickly build the site content and navigation. Our job is often just a case of carrying through the design to the various modules, components and templates.
We have particular experience building sites with Drupal, Moodle, DotNetNuke, Umbraco and Immediacy. Each has it's advantages and suits certain kinds of project. The choice is never complicated, it boils down to whether you require a CMS for a large company, in which case you may need an enterprise level solution such as Drupal or Immediacy or whether you need something smaller, with a less technical interface, such as Joomla and DotNetNetNuke. Or a system such as Moodle, to power a learning gateway or course management system for students and educators. We can help you decide on the exact active directory tools to help you run your site.
CMS Advantages and Features
All Standard Features are included in all our projects.
Advantages of a Dotcom CMS
Tried and tested, bug-free and secure
Portable between developers
Huge online communities for each CMS
Ability to power huge sites or small brochure ones