Take Control of Your Website
To be very blunt websites tend to create dependency on service provider.
You have to register your domain name, purchase web space and get them renewed year after year. There is no way that you can be ‘independent’ in these basics.
Then your website has to be created. You can create your website through several online tools, which you can find on Internet. These, however, have their limits as they are quite rigid and limited in functionalities. You get your website designed from the service provider. So far so good.
But one fine morning, say after three or four months after the launch of your website, you find that there is a silly spelling mistake in some write up in your website. You wanted to correct that mistake, but are stuck. You write a mail to your service provider, or ring him, for correction. And the service provider takes its own time to oblige you.
The big question now is if you can write a mail to your service provider, why you cannot correct the mistake. You can of course do if your website is on some of the CMS. Increasing number of organisations and individuals are opting for CMS websites.
Aadi Creations, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India, provides websites based on three CMSs: Joomla, WordPress and Drupal.
- Joomla is one of the most widely used CMS. It is very versatile in the sense that you can do almost everything that is possible and not too difficult to learn.
- WordPress was originally a blogging platform, but is increasingly being used for making websites. It is relatively easier to learn, but at the same time less versatile too.
- Drupal is probably the most versatile CMS available. What one can do with Drupal is just limited by one's imagination. But the learning curve is very steep.
A decision about the CMS to be used for building the website has to be taken beforehand. Work once initiated or completed in one CMS cannot be converted into another CMS and a new website has to be made from scratch.
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