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What is a CMS?

A CMS, Content Management System, is the back end of a website through which you can edit your websites's copy, images, videos, menus and more. Most modern sites are managed through a CMS, allowing you to work with those elements without needing to understand HTML or CSS. These content management systems store page information and copy in a database. When someone accesses that page, the set styling is applied, and those elements are bought up and displayed in an HTML format.

What are Examples of CMS?

  1. WordPress

  2. Joomla
  3. Drupal
  4. Magento
  5. PrestaShop
  6. Shopify
  7. Wix
  8. Weebly
  9. Blogger
  10. VPanel

What was the First CMS?

FileNet was created in 1985. 

What is the VPanel CMS?

VPanel is the CMS built and used by VGM Foribn to develop sites. It is most popular for medical websites and financial websites because one strength of the platform is security. Financial and medical information submitted to the site is securely stored in a way that someone without authorized access would have a hard time getting into.