Until they begin the process of building a website, most people do not give any thought to the content management system (CMS) that powers the website. Web developers, however, are often embroiled in a hotly contested debate over the best CMS to effectively manage a website. For many businesses, the battle between open source CMS and closed or commercial CMS is initially a battle between "free" and paid services. Upon further investigation, it becomes apparent that the benefits and drawbacks of each type of system go far beyond initial cost.
When you need to know how to do something, there are several ways to find out what to do and how to do it. You can read instructions, you can ask someone to explain it to you, or you can have someone show you how to do it. Each of these methods can be effective, and depending on your needs, each one may work for the specific task in mind. However, your mileage may vary, and often, the best method allows for a combination of instructional strategies.
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