The software that enables the calm and happy, or enraged and frustrated, person to change website content is known as a content management system (CMS). Basically a CMS does what it says on the tin, but how it does it is another matter entirely.
There are many content management systems on the market and their user friendliness varies wildly. With some, the interface can be exceedingly complicated, making it difficult and time-consuming to access the particular function you require.
This means, for instance, that text edits can’t be made easily and creating a new page is like trying to solve advanced maths questions while simultaneously painting the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. Website administrators may eventually be able to rise to the challenge, but why have that challenge in the first place?
What these administrators want, and what they deserve poor souls, is to be able to change their website into something that makes managing it as easy as possible. Text edits should be as simple as a Word doc and creating a page should be no harder than posting to Facebook.
Well, fortunately there are content management systems that offer that kind of ease of use.