The Development Process
Website Design Development ProcessWe understand that, for many of our customers, this may be the first time that they have been involved in a web development project. Our goal is to make the process as easy for you as possible, and for you to be as involved as you would like.

Sometimes we find that the client wishes to be as "hands off" as possible, and leave many of the decisions to us, and that is fine after we have gained enough information to work with. Equally, some clients prefer to be much more "hands on", and be actively involved with every step. That is also welcome. It is your project, and the most important part is that you are happy with the end result.

No matter which type of solution we are creating for you; whether it be a static web site consisting of just a few pages, or an enterprise-level comprehensive database-driven web application, the steps we go through remain essentially the same, and we'd like to outline them here.
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Pros and Cons of a Wordpress/CMS Site
WordpressRecent years have seen a huge increase in the use of CMS (Content Management Systems), such as Wordpress, Joomla and Drupal for web site creation. The most common of these is Wordpress. Here at Savannah Software we are often asked what exactly these systems are, and how they may help in your business's online presence, so we have created this mini guide to help you understand what they are; the pros and cons of using them, and whether they would be suitable for your own web site needs. For the sake of simplicity, we will talk mainly about Wordpress here, but keep in mind that the other platforms provide quite similar functions.

What is a CMS?

Content Management Systems are designed to enable a user to quickly generate a web site with little, or no knowledge of scripting and programming. Originally built as a blogging platform, it was soon realized that Wordpress could be used to generate a functional web site—whether there was a blog on the site or not.
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