PDA

View Full Version : Difference Between HTML websites and CMS website



osforum4
07-05-2017, 03:05 AM
Can anyone tell me which one is better CMS or pure HTML?
Also If I need to do SEO on the website which in which one I can do it easily?

damponting44
11-16-2017, 03:30 AM
(HyperText Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) are the two vital programming dialects for making any site. Regardless of the possibility that you chose to utilize a CMS for your site, it will in any case require an outline or a subject made with HTML, CSS, and PHP.

sulbha
11-22-2017, 03:34 AM
Choosing between HTML and a content management system (CMS) to design and maintain a business website can be a difficult choice for new start-up companies. HTML is generally considered to be the traditional method for designing a website. The coding language is the backbone of webpages, and the structure, content and design of a website comprises of hundreds of line of HTML code. A CMS is a server-side software platform powered by a database. All website data and information is stored in this database, rather than using webpages. The CMS automatically creates the main structure and design (as well as the tricky HTML) of a website. A CMS provides a user friendly, browser-based interface so new content can be easily created and website configurations can be changed. The two approaches to web design are radically different, and they both bring advantages and disadvantages that new small business websites need to consider.

foggyhub
11-27-2017, 12:52 AM
For seo point of view Wordpress is best one t go with it, It rank easily in search engine than html website, and Wordpress has own search engine

chrisforce
12-09-2017, 11:26 AM
HTML

Any site that has fixed/ stagnant content usually written in html code.

- Every page will have the code written separately, just as you see it on the web.
- Every page has to be saved separately on the server.
- Changes have to be made manually every time, and you need coding knowledge to make any and all changes.

Advantages:

- Easy to develop
- Cheap to develop
- Cheap to host

CMS

- Pages of the website are not coded and saved separately.
- The design is saved separately .
- Corresponding content are saved separately.
- The pages are dynamically populated every time.

Advantages:

- Much more functional website
- Much easier to update
- Much easier to add new content
- New content brings people back to the site and helps in the search engines
- Can work as a system to allow staff or users to collaborate