If you think you need complicated coding work and tedious maintenance procedure to host a website then you’re wrong. As the open-source software development flourished, various version of Content Management System (CMS ) are available free for download and usage.
What’s a CMS?
There are lots of different definition for the CMS however in our case, a CMS simple means a computer application used to create, edit, manage, and publish web content in a consistently organized fashion. Generally CMS are very user friendly thus people who’re not familiar with web programming to publish and maintaining web content easily.
What are the CMS you can get at Bluehost?
At Bluehost, there are a long list of free CMS. These CMS are ready to be installed within a few clicks with the help of Fantastico and Simple Scripts.
For instant, here’s the list you’ll get from Fantastico in Bluehost.
- Mambo Open Source
Bluehost hosting also support other cms content management, for example moodle or pligg social bookmark script, and more.
My personal preferences on Content Management System (CMS)?
I used to work long hours on Dreamweaver and Zend to create my websites before I tried WordPress. Not that I didn’t know about all the CMS available free online nor they are not good; but I am being really picky with the CMS features.
Well then again, WordPress came into the picture and everything’s just changed.
People who knew me well should know that I’m a big fans of WordPress. WordPress is often known as a blog scripts rather than a CMS. However this is a very wrong perception because WordPress nowadays had revolved into something more than just a blog scripts. In fact, the reason I picked WordPress as my favourites is because that the folks in WP had made the scripts more powerful ever than any CMS in the market. WordPress websites are extremely user-friendly, easy to SEO, convenient to be maintained, stable, and there are tons of free addons (plugin).