What is CMS?

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A Content Management System (CMS) is a web application that uses the database (usually MySQL) or any other method in a configurable way, editing, and creating HTML content. Content is created and edited on the web in the administration of web applications (known as back-end). As a result, the content is displayed on regular site visitors (referred to as frontend). 

About 30% WordPress-driven websites and about 60% of CMS marketJoomla and Drupal follow WordPress at 6.6% and 4.6% percent CMS market share respectivelyMagento – The most popular e-commerce platform in the past – currently 2.4% CMS market share.

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