Web content management (WCM) is an application used to create, manage, store and deploy content on web pages. Web content types can include text, graphics and photos, video or audio. WCM can catalog, index, select and deliver content to visitors in a personalized way or even in different languages.
The content management framework that Yorkshire Website's use is Drupal. Drupal is an open source software which means it can call on a huge community of developers who have developed hundreds of modules extending Drupal's capabilities from blogs, forums, e-commerce, intranets, social networks, news, wikis, photo galleries and animation. Drupal also provides the potential to allow developers to build modules purely to fit a clients bespoke requirements. This is why Drupal is used by local businesses to global corporations using enterprise systems and why 2.3% (and rising) of all global websites use Drupal. Drupal means that we can build an affordable content managed website for you to log on to, allowing content editors to edit and maintain your website easily and quickly.
Yorkshire Websites specialise in the front-end development of Drupal websites and is able to utilise the many modules provided by the Drupal community to extend website functionality.
Our Drupal websites start at £600, which includes support and hosting for one year.