Content Management System (CMS)
What is a CMS?
A CMS (or Content Mangement System) is a user-friendly tool to easily manage and maintain your website. A CMS allows users to login to a back-end system that provides simple tools to construct entire websites without knowing any code associated. IN.gov has developed a customized CMS that allows for state agencies, towns, counties, departments, and other municipalities to quickly promote their content on IN.gov.
Some of the highlights of IN.gov's CMS are:
- No-code / Low-code way of updating and managing your website.
- Word processor content tools (WYSIWYG editors)
- SEO friendly URLs
- Granular user permissions
- Management workflows with comments
- Multi-device preview tools
- Shared resources for all agencies (stock images, icons, integrations, etc)
- Analytics integration
- Wide variety of content templates for quicker page construction
- Flexible development and customization options
- Integrated with authentication (Access Indiana) for easy login and password self-management
- 508 compliance auditor built in
Learn about the CMS.
- Training materials and tips: /cmsreference (Note: you must be an existing CMS user to access this)