A content management system like Joomla is essentially a very large tool for controlling and creating all aspects (photos, text, videos, pages, etc ...) of a modern website. Back in the 1990s, a lot of websites were small; they could be controlled simply by having a web designer do line-item manipulations to the actual,code that tells your web browser what the page should look like on the screen. A site that does not use a content management system like Joomla is called a "static site." Because of their size and complexity, nearly all modern websites are created, manipulated and updated using a modern content management system, or "CMS." One of the biggest advantages of having a content management system like Joomla is its graphic user interface, which allows people without technical expertise to manage website content like text and photos. Well into the early 2000's, most content management systems remained limited in their function and scope -- allowing website owners the power only to edit and update certain aspects of their site while keeping them dependent on professional website designers for a good portion of their site updates. Modern content management systems like Joomla changed all of that. Rather then controlling certain aspects of a website, Joomla is the architectural foundation for the entire website. Beyond simple editing, publishing and updating, Joomla gives you or your employees the power to control absolutely every part of your website, including integrated eCommerce tools, embedded social media and the navigational structure of your site. And because Joomla is a free-license, open source content management system, your design and development costs can be far lower than with a more limited CMS.
We have more than 10 years experience in CMS especially in Joomla, we have been working in it since 2005, when it was launched.