What Does ‘CMS’ Mean?
A CMS (Content Management System) simply means that you as the website owner (and as many Staff as you like) have the ability to add and edit the text, images and video content on your website.
When your website goes live, we’ll give you an Admin username and password, and you simply enter these and login.
And then you’ll be presented with your Admin Dashboard. Adding content such as images, embedding videos, adding text content to your website is as simple as going over to posts or pages on the left hand side, clicking Add New, adding the Title for your Post, then entering the Content for your Post (this also applies to Pages by the way too).
Then you can click the button to Add Media, use the formatting toolbar for bold, italic, bullets, indentation, left and right align and so on,
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Then before we actually go and publish this new post or page to your website, you can save the Draft, and then click Preview, which will open a new tab so you can check what you’ve entered for the new page before pushing it live to your website.
You are in control & can add as many Admin accounts as you like. From content Contributors, to Editors that can Publish their own & Contributors’ Content, to full Admins that can access system settings.
And that it! It’s that simple to add new content, and edit existing pages on your website.