CMS stands for “content management system” and they act effectively as a database where one or multiple users can create, edit and remove content on the website it manages.

Many will be familiar with WordPress, one of the most popular CMS in the world that helps users build a website without much programming knowledge. Other popular CMS are more tailored to specific kinds of websites, such as Magento (now Adobe Commerce), a popular eCommerce platform.

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