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What is content management system(CMS)?

A content management system, or CMS for short, is software that enables non-technical individuals to easily generate, manage, and alter content for websites.

The content management system takes care of all the basic infrastructure work for you rather than having you develop your own system for constructing web pages, storing images, and other features so that you can concentrate on more user-facing aspects of your website.

Beyond websites, content management systems are also available for other uses, such as document management.

 

What Makes up a Content Management System?

Adding and managing material on your website is done through a content management application (CMA) (like you saw above).
The procedure that takes the content you enter in the CMA, stores it properly, and makes it available to your visitors is called a content delivery application (CDA).
The two systems work well together to make website maintenance simple.

What is wordpress?

A free content management system(CMS) is WordPress . It’s a well-liked tool for people who want to create websites and blogs but have no prior coding knowledge. The program is free. It is available for free installation, use, and modification to anyone.

What is shopify?

Using a single, simplified interface, Shopify’s user-friendly e-commerce platform enables small enterprises to create an online store and conduct online sales. Shopify merchants may create a cutting-edge online store and sell on social media platforms, seller marketplaces, other blogs and websites, as well as via email, text, and chat. With its integrated point-of-sale (POS) for retail storefronts, pop-up shops, market sales, and more, Shopify also makes it simple to conduct in-person transactions.

Content management system in wordpress and shopify

The first, and most crucial, feature of WordPress is its revision history capabilities. You can store previous iterations of a page or post in its content management system and go back to any of them whenever you want.
Except if you’re willing to pay for a third-party archiving/backup tool like Rewind, Shopify doesn’t allow you to accomplish this.

You may now manage your content using drag-and-drop editors on WordPress and Shopify. Both platforms previously employed extremely simple What You See is What You Get (WYSIWYG) editors that only allowed you to interact with text and images in relatively “static” ways.

With WordPress, you may simply generate and move content blocks (such as paragraphs, photos, forms, and videos) across a page by using the Gutenburg layout tool.

The “Online Store 2.0” theme format for Shopify now has a comparable drag-and-drop editor. Although it technically differs from Gutenberg in that it doesn’t allow you to slide content around individual pages, you can still use it to alter template layouts that are subsequently applied to pages (the text content of which is still edited in a WYSIWYG editor).

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