Content in a CMS is typically stored in a database and displayed in a presentation layer based on a set of templates.
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One major advantage of a CMS is its collaborative nature. Multiple users
can log on and contribute, schedule or edit content to be published. Because
the interface is usually browser-based, a CMS can be accessed
from anywhere by any number of users.
The second major advantage of a CMS is that it allows non-technical
people who don’t know programming languages to easily create and manage
their own web content. The WYSIWYG editors of a typical content management
platform allows users to enter text and upload images without needing
to know any HTML or CSS.
When a company uses a CMS to publish its pages, it reduces its
reliance on front-end engineers to make changes to the
website, making it quicker and easier to publish new content.