What is CMS?
CMS definition: CMS is short for Content Management System; it is software that enables a brand to create, change and upload website elements.
A CMS works as an intuitive dashboard with options to:
- Create posts
- Create pages
- Upload themes
- Upload elements (videos, images, etc.)
- Personalize URLs
Without needing to adjust a website’s code.
CMSs can also integrate with third-party software – known as “plugins” – to further customize experience, content, functionality or design.