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DYNAMIC WEBSITE WITH CMS SUPPORT

DYNAMIC WEBSITE 299POUNDS

  • Content Management System
  • Database Integrated Contents
  • Mobile-Compatible Layout
  • Ease to Use Backend Console
  • Multi-Language Support
  • User-Friendly Interface
  • Dynamic Features
  • Flashy Effects
  • Enquiry/Booking Forms
  • Domain Registration
  • Website Secured Hosting
  • Corporate Email Accounts
  • Google Analytics Integration
UP TO 10 PAGES £299
UP TO 20 PAGES £349
UP TO 30 PAGES £399
UP TO 40 PAGES £449
UP TO 50 PAGES £499

Content Management System — A web content management system is a software system that provides website authoring, collaboration, and administration tools designed to allow users with little knowledge of web programming languages or markup languages to create and manage website content with relative ease. A robust Web Content Management System provides the foundation for collaboration, offering users the ability to manage documents and output for multiple author editing and participation. KOKAN provides easy to use and highly secured password protected Website Content Management System that enables the Business/Website owner to update website text, pictures, prices, promotions, products, contact details etc. from any smart device anywhere anytime.

Mobile Friendly Layout — Where first people had to turn on big, bulky computers to look for something online they now carry dozens of different portable devices that can help them do the same tasks on the go. If you want to cater to your customers on every front you can’t just have a website that matches their computers. Today, being responsive is a core requirement for any good website. Your website should be able to adapt to mobiles and tablets and rearrange the layout in order for it to still be user friendly. This ease of use will make customer happier, and happy customers are good customers. If you look at the difference between websites today and websites only a few years ago, you will see marked difference between the two. Today, websites are lighter with the elegance that comes with minimal themes. If your website is still stuck in the olden day, you need to have it redesigned and meet the latest mobile friendly methods so it stands out and offers a bolder, trendier look as compared to the lackluster themes that have been done time and time again. Redeveloping your website will allow you to add new features to it and improve the overall functionality and look so you can offer your customers with more than before.

Multi-Language Support — A multilingual website is necessary for all businesses. It makes your website accessible to a wider audience and attracts more customers. People from all over the world settled in the UK will be able to easily access your website and learn more about your products and services.

User-Friendly Interface — If you need to give website editing access to several people, there’s no better solution than a content management system. It’s the best way to provide limited, focused access to the areas of your site that need to be updated without opening up the entire site for unintended or unsanctioned changes.

Templates — Rather than creating new pages from scratch, a CMS allows you to rely on templates you can reuse to create as many pages as necessary with the correct layout and functionality on each one. This enables your site to maintain a consistent look as it grows.

Global Changes — Through the use of templates, reusable files and assets, and various features, a content management system makes it easy to make changes across your entire website without having to update each individual page. Whether it’s a phone number, your logo, or a header image, you can update or change them globally when using a CMS.

Content Security — A content management system doesn’t just protect your website from overly enthusiastic content editors. Installed as an application behind your firewall, a decoupled CMS can also ensure that your site is more secure and can’t be easily exploited by hackers.

Google Analytics — If you’re still uploading static pages, you might not have a good way to collect data on content performance and effectiveness. Measuring the impact of your content is critical to making it a business driver, and a CMS should enable you to track performance, or easily integrate third party tools to help you do so.