Why move to CMS and Dynamic Web Design

Websites of  today have come a long way in the last 8 to ten years, thanks in part to new technologies, software,  and more powerful hosting solutions.  Old static web-pages are being phased out in favor of dynamic, database driven sites.   Modern websites are shifting from static web design to dynamic website designs as businesses rely more heavily on the ability to edit and maintain their websites by themselves.

In no market is this more evident than the Non-Profit sector.  The need for multiple content providers and webmasters who can volunteer to help with the website can save significant money while providing content in a timely fashion as well.  This cost saving can work equally well in a corporate environment.

Content Management Systems can be deployed to the client’s requirements using a product like Joomla very attractive designs can be implemented quickly and at a lower cost then traditional sites.  Dynamic website designs are often more interesting and compelling to visitors.

Joomla  web designs empower users with the ability to upload information on their own, using password protected administration.  No longer must a user have knowledge in HTML or know any other expensive design tool or language to update or maintain a dynamic website design.  It is all done on the site with a built in WYSIWYG editor.
Another reason that dynamic website designs are on the rise is that they are better for complex interactive sites.  Businesses are realizing that websites are now playing a very important role and they are taking tem seriously as a tool to grow and improve their business and its image.

While database hosting may cost a bit more designing dynamic sites needn’t cost more because of the availability of open source products like Joomla.

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