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CMS is an acronym for Content Management System. A CMS is a platform used to build websites that are easily edited by multiple users, without requiring large amounts of expertise in web development.

These platforms can also

  • extend their functionality through plugins for calendars, blogs, galleries and more
  • allow novice users to modify content through the use of editors similar to word processors
  • handle user access for viewing, modifying and promoting content

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