A CMS is the backend of your website. It lets you add new content, moderate comments and trackbacks, rearrange pages, etc. Often, it lets you do this with very little to no knowledge of html or css. It is an administration method that doesn’t rely on hand coding and FTP transfers. Nice, eh?
Choosing a CMS
I’m not going to get into which CMS is right for your business. That is a rather complex evaluation and is a series of articles in and of itself. This is about getting your feet wet and installing and building an experimental website. For our purposes, which CMS you choose is based on your technical abilities and your desire to tinker.
Never Heard of a CMS or Little to No Knowledge of HTML or
What is a header?
A header is an organization unit similar to an outline level, not a method of enlarging your text.
What should you use headers?
You use it to apply titles, subtitles, sections, and subsections to your work.
How long should my headers be?
This is a bit difficult to answer. Headers are unique and should give additional meaning to your writing. If truncating your header reduces its meaning, you should leave it alone. However, many search engines and other web crawlers display header levels, and most cut them off somewhere between 65 and 100 characters. Keep this in mind when writing for the web and make sure the first portion of your headers is meaningful.
Writing with Header Levels
Start with your outline; use your outline to