I needed to come up with a quick method I could use across many sites to allow customers to organise their content in 2 – 4 columns. The code needed to be quick, cross compatible, and “copy and paste-able” (I made that phrase up). What I mean here is I could use the code on practically any website with little to no configuration changes.
We are looking at just some (5 to be precise) of the advantages of using a content management system in your business. We base our findings on the fantastic open source CMS, WordPress.
We’ve been asked this question by many of our clients, so we figured we ought to publish our definition for you to reference. Why? Because we’re nice like that, and also because we believe many of the explanations out there over complicate things and talk in a language that most people just don’t speak or understand.