What does CMS stand for?
CMS means Content Management System, and it is a software program that allows you to generate and edit the content on your website. A CMS typically serves multiple users in a shared collaborative environment. Each of them has access to all or some basic content creation, reading, updating, and removal (CRUD) functionalities.
In certain situations, a CMS will function as a web content management system (also known as WCM or WCMS), which means handling website content. This indicates you can use this system to manage all of your web content. This includes text, graphics, video, and audio, all of which you can control and publish to your website using your CMS.