With CMS you have full control over all the content. That means that you control the content that appears as text, the images that are displayed and even how the page should be displayed. You master the delete process and you can create new content as frequently as you want - it's up to you! You can perform these tasks from any location - all you need is an Internet connection and a computer with an Internet browser (Firefox recommended!)
CMS for unique styling
A common CMS preconception is that everything looks like a uniform mush, which could well be the case if ready-made templates are used. We, at lim-e, look at the individual customer requirements and style the content accordingly. Just look at some of our references - do you see a single Web site that looks like "typical CMS"? Quite the contrary, a more unique style is impossible.
PHP programming - the heart of the CMS
All half-decent Web sites have some form of PHP function embedded within them beit to maintain central control of the navigation, to set up a contact form with Captcha security, or to ensure a site's header and footer contents remain identical across all pages.
A CMS is nothing more than a well-structured set of building blocks programmed in PHP. These elements are collected and organised in a specific way, depending on the template design, and presented to the viewer in the form of a presentable and structured Web site. Naturally, the viewer is completely unaware of the goings on behind the scenes.
A CMS ensures good search engine optimization (SEO)
Basing a Web site on a CMS enables us to get the most out of it in terms of SEO. You too are fully able to control and assess which keywords should appear with which content.
A CMS lightens your workload
With a CMS you can create pages of content, administer photo galeries, alter the page structure, push particular and individual keywords for search engine listings, keep the sitemap up-to-date, configure a page with Google Analytics (for tracking), and so on.