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Joomla

The name Joomla is a phonetic spelling for the Swahili word "Jumla," which means "all together" or "as a whole".

General

There are many advantages for using a CMS over a "normal" static website.

  • You can update your website on your own terms.
    Unless the owner (or someone else in the company) knows HTML and CSS, any edits and additions to the website are done by a web developer. With a CMS, authorized users can create new pages and modify existing pages. You’ll gain the ability to make your website more dynamic, more to-the-minute, and more valuable to your visitors.
  • No HTML knowledge? No problem!
    Your CMS will come with a WYSIWYG editor. If you know how to create a simple document in Microsoft Word, you’ll have no problem using your CMS to create web pages, blog posts, news articles and emails.
  • Redesigning your website won’t require a complete site overhaul.
    With sites that are built on a CMS, the design is created separately from the content. So when you’re ready to change the look of your site, the old design can be lifted off and replaced with a new design with no problems.
  • Access the most up-to-date web functionality.
    Any CMS worth its salt will provide users with frequent upgrades, as well as training tools on how to use new functionality. Many proprietary CMSs will also come with a support team that users can call or email.
  • Manage your entire internet marketing strategy under one roof.
    The best CMS will include everything you need to implement an integrative online strategy. Most CMS will include tools for SEO, email marketing, social media marketing and blogging. You can also use a CMS to create event registration forms, collect fees and donations, and store member information.

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Joomla - Open Source Matters
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