Sunday, 22 June 2014

Difference between PHP and CMS

Posted by M2Software Solutions Solutions Pvt. Ltd | 23:52 Categories: , ,
Hello friends ...!!!

PHP,CMS,Wordpress,web applications

       i am here with a new post to discuss the difference between PHP and CMS....


PHP is a server site scripting language used for web development and can be embedded in HTML. 

PHP is a programming language that's primarily used to dynamically generate html. 

PHP is one of the several languages used to build a CMS. Word Press is a content management system written in PHP 


                      On the other hand content management system is "where the content of your site is managed".

 CMS is an application build in any language... not necessary in PHP. 

CMS (content management system) just a generic term for an web application that allows an administrator to manage the information that is shown to the end user. So a CMS may be written in PHP (but could be in Ruby on Rails, JSP, .Net, etc)...

Give your answers also..... in comments.. 

regards : m2soft solutions Pvt. Ltd.


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