Content Management Systems (CMS)

Such systems allow the publication of content by users instead of website operators or administrators. Typically, a CMS system allows access to modify content through a user login form hosted on a website. The user can thus login to modify the content of the CMS. Such approach may be problematic as the content may be modified/edited through a web interface which may be hacked by another user or by one of the millions of robots which typically try to break the code using various methods.

 Traditional CMS systems

Traditional CMS systems also resides in the login system. A user having a password to log in the CMS system may sign in from any computer which is connected to the internet. The security may be compromised as the connection is unsecured and not entrusted by the company or an authorized computer.


Manage the CMS systems may become incompatible when new browsers are introduced. This inconvenience means that many CMS systems fail at one point or another and need to be updated to be compatible with new browsers functions.

 Updating of the WYSIWYG editor

Many sites are using outdated editors without the new functionalities that are being introduced with the new technology. Each individual site requires to be updated separately and without a centralized automatic update point.

Traditional CMS systems which use the leading WYSIWYG editors

Backing up thousands of files takes a lot of unnecessary time & space and makes it harder to keep site versions.