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What is a website back-end, and why do you need it?

If you are familiar with content management systems like Wordpress, or Drupal, a back-end is a tool that allows you to manage your website, using a simple, point-and-click interface, instead of editing web code like HTML or PHP.

Content management systems, unlike cheap DIY website builders like Wix, offer a bit more flexibility, because although they are template-based, the templates can be accessed by a web developer and customized to a client’s needs.

Is Skyline Grid Core 2 a content management system?

A content management system backend like Wordpress or Drupal is often too complex for a small business, or any medium-size enterprise to operate.

Not everyone is tech-literate, and most businesses that use Wordpress or Drupal often choose to hire outside help on a routine basis, just to perform simple edits to their content, which adds an additional and often unnecessary overhead cost.

Skyline Grid Core 2 may be defined as a content management system, but unlike other platforms, it is customized, to provide only the features you need.

For instance, if your objective is to run a simple website with static content and a blog, your back-end will feature only the settings and editors you need to run a simple static website.

On the other hand, if you need e-commerce features, or B2B tools, like an invoicing system, or an expense tracker, those features can be added, and priced separately, depending on what value they bring to your workflow.


 

Value-based pricing versus hourly work rate

Value-based pricing versus hourly work rate

Value-based pricing versus hourly work rate

Value-based pricing versus hourly work rate