Content Management System (CMS)
ASP.NET Content Management Systems
We have worked extensively with the most popular ASP.NET content management Systems, developing custom modules, user controls, themes and making functional modifications to the core systems. Our experience includes the following ASP.NET Content Management Systems:
ASP.NET Content Management Systems
Composite C1 is a free open source .NET-based web content management system. Composite C1 CMS WebSite
DotNetNuke is an open source web content management system based on Microsoft .NET. DotNetNuke was written in VB.NET, though the developer has shifted to C# since version 6.0. It is distributed under both a Community Edition MIT license and commercial proprietary licenses as the Professional and Enterprise Editions.
DotNetNuke CMS WebSite
Kentico CMS is a web content management system (WCMS) for building web sites, on-line stores, intranets and Web 2.0 community sites. Kentico is being used by more than 12,000 Web sites in 87 countries.
Kentico CMS WebSite
mojoPortal is an open source, cross-platform, content management system (CMS) for ASP.NET which is written in the C# programming language. The CMS supports plugins and has built-in support for, among others, forums, blogs, event calendars, photo galleries, and an e-commerce feature.
Mojo Portal CMS WebSite
Orchard is a free, open source, community-focused content management system written in ASP.NET platform using the ASP.NET MVC framework. Its vision is to create shared components for building ASP.NET applications and extensions, and specific applications that leverage these components to meet the needs of end-users, scripters, and developers.
Orchard Project CMS WebSite
Sitecore is a CMS built on Microsoft .NET 3.5/4.0. Content can be stored as XML or .NET objects and Sitecore CMS can leverage either Microsoft SQL Server or Oracle Database for its database storage, though MS SQL Server is the most popular.
Sitecore CMS Website
Umbraco is an open source content management system (CMS) platform for publishing content on the World Wide Web and intranets. It is written in C# and deployed on Microsoft based infrastructure. The open source backend is released under an MIT License while the UI is released under the Umbraco license.
What is a Content management System?
Changing your website's content used to involve having a web designer or developer modify the HTML source code for your website's changes to occur. This is no longer an issue. Now, a standard feature on many websites is the content management system(CMS). A CMS is a web based application that provides an easy way for anyone to instantly make changes to, as well as add or modify the content on your website. Accessible from any web connection, a CMS lets you securely administer your website, for complete site control with no monthly maintenance fees.
The choice of a Content Management System depends on what you would like to have in tems of features and functionality, as well as your budget.
Content Management Systems Benefits:
- Provides an easy-to-use, secure administrative interface, that enables you to easily add and modify your website's content without needing to know HTML
- Enables the instant changing of the look and feel of your entire website's design with many different themes
- Automatically creates RSS feeds from the content the you post
- Enables the addition and moderation of comments
- Dynamically creates search engine friendly content
- Any and all the your website's design and functionality can be modified according to your preference
- Includes the ability to easily add a number of free plugins, including Polls, Twitter feed, Flickr photo stream and much more...
Please contact us to learn more about a content management system for you website or to enhance your existing system.