A content management system (CMS) allows you to store, view, create and edit data all through a "centralized" virtual location. It also helps to customize the delivery of data for individual users, so as to display content in different languages, etc.
This topic will guide you through publishing a CMS site so that it will successfully show up on the internet.
Templates help define the look and feel and content of a CMS site.
Changing the CSS on a template will alter the look of every site that uses that particular template, including existing sites. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) allow you to customize the formatting and display of web pages beyond what can be done with simple HTML.
You can construct a fully functional CMS site with multiple sub-pages directly from Decisions.