The premium and standard web packages are designed and developed for CMSs (content management systems). CMSs’ allows the user great flexibility; he or she can access their website anywhere that has an internet connection and perform updates on the go.
What is a CMS
A CMS (content management system) for the web allows a user the ability to edit, and publish data from a non-public page of a web application. CMS’s can vary in cost, programming language and functionality. Most CMSs have multi-user functions that allow several users access to a web application for various reasons. What truly separates a CMS from your basic HTML page is the ability for the client to make changes on a whim with little to no downtime. A user can add a new page, remove an old one, add images or promotional ads without the help of an admin or web geek. Metaphorically, it’s comparable to someone building a car for your specific needs and then handing you your keys.
The premium web package features a database driven CMS (content management system) web application. This is a multifunctional platform that is scalable for a variety of functions. Training is also provided as part of the Premium service.
The standard web package features a web application that does not require a database or routine maintenance. However, it does have content management functions that will allow the user to access it anywhere that has an internet connection and make changes. Training is also available with this package.
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