Html vs Cms

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Nowadays, building a presence online is crucial for industries, businesses, and even for the self-growth, allowing interaction with millions of people. The first step to owning your own virtual space is to purchase a domain and develop a site by either using code (HTML/CSS) or a CMS.

CMS, or Content Management System, is a Graphical User Interface (GUI) management service to create websites, which does not acquire any technical training or expertise by the user. CMS offers features like creating pages and navigation, modifying the content on the pages, analyzing stats, and a lot more. You can also have an unlimited number of pages and a full site-search engine.

A CMS comes in many different forms, the top three CMS services are WORDPRESS, JOOMLA and DRUPAL.

Users usually use CMS for creating blogs, Personal websites, portals, forums, resource directories and social networking websites.

On the other hand, HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language, it’s the set of codes inserted in a file intended for display on a browser page. The code tells the web browser how to display a Web page’s words and images. Each individual code is referred to as an element or a tag. Some elements come in pairs that indicate when some display effect is to begin and when it’s to end.

Unlike CMS, HTML coding can take a while to learn and master.

Both HTML/CSS and CMS are methods to create websites on the World Wide Web, and load them with content that could be text, images, videos, etc.

The big difference between the two methods is the amount of control you have over the creation of the website. For example, CMS is very easy to use and doesn’t need any technical knowledge, it makes it easier for the users to add, edit and update the content. It also provides the users with various themes and plugins that allows them to manipulate the appearance of the…...

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