Document Type : Research Article


Department of Management, Jagran Lakecity University, Bhopal


A Web Content Managing System (WCMS) is the web application that will encourages a gathering of clients, as the rule from various dividing in an endeavor, to cooperatively keep up & sort out the all content present in the site in a compelling way. In the course of recent years, web content Managing frameworks have developed in significance as an ever-increasing number of associations convey and distribute their data through the web. Like other electronic applications, WCMS's applications are presented to a similar arrangement of normal security dangers found in any system and online activity or procedure. In this paper, the author will plot the basic security worries of WCMS, and give a number preparatory thought. The volume of computerized content accessible on the internet has expanded significantly in the course of recent years. Some kind of web content Managing (WCM) framework are getting fundamental for the associations with critical web nearness as the capacity of content keeps on multiplying. The WCM frameworks having advanced quickly from of the fundamental HTML editors of 6 years prior, to the complex content creation and distributing devices accessible today. In this research showning a WCM progressive system, looks at the basic web content Managing lifecycle and recognizes the key market patterns for WCM frameworks.


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