Content Management System (CMS)

Content Management System (CMS) explained

A CMS (content management system) is a database for storing information on your website, and a CMS item is an entry in that database. For example, 5 blog posts would constitute 5 CMS items, as would 5 case studies. 

CMS items are then displayed or referenced on your website in an organized way. With a content management system such as Webflow, you can easily create, edit and delete CMS items without having to know the coding language associated with creating websites. This makes managing a website much easier than before. Furthermore, many of the popular CMS platforms today allow for easy customization so that you can tailor them to fit the specific needs of your website. 

By using a CMS, you can easily manage and keep track of your content, as well as add new information when necessary.