“CMS” stands for Content Management System. With CMS software running on your site, you have the ability to make changes and update content without requiring the technical knowledge of a web designer.
If you know your way around a wordprocessor, then you more than likely already have the skill to use a CMS editor to begin applying updates to a CMS website.
Do I need a CMS?
The Joomla Project has made available a security release (i.e. it addresses security issues in the Joomla core software). If you have a Joomla website, then you should keep the Joomla core software up to date – particularly if it addresses security issues. This helps protect your website against security issues like malware, viruses and hackers. See this link for details on the release:
This blog is intended to give small business and non-profit organizations some helpful information and advice for running their websites, in non-technical terms.
It will cover topics including: content management systems, SEO, social media, website security, tutorials, resources, blogging… and many others. So check out the blog posts and feel free to leave comments.