What Is the Difference Between Traditional and Headless CMS?

  When considering the entirety of a website, including all the behind-the-scenes efforts and technology necessary for functionality, all the front end components would be considered the "head". Not to be confused with the actual "" element and inclusive content written into the code of the website, this analogy represents the front end, also considered the "face" of the website as it is what the end-users sees. 
What are types of CMS

What Are the Types of CMS? Headless, Traditional and Decoupled

In choosing a CMS, there is much to consider. A myriad of options exist today, with technological innovations targeting different functionalities and making the question of choosing no easy task.  The three main types of CMS can be determined by their structure; Traditional, Decoupled, and Headless. 

What Are the benefits of Headless CMS?

As noted in our eBook on Headless CMS, while "the concept of the content management system (CMS) has been around for over 20 years," much has changed online. Websites and the internet are now relied-upon resources for informational, transactional and navigational user experiences. The quality of the experience in accessing this information has risen exponentially in importance, dictating how information is disseminated, secured and accessed. 
What Is Headless CMS

What is Headless CMS?

As Customer Experience grows in importance for organizations and their websites, the storage and delivery of digital content becomes a key concern. Headless CMS is a way to put your content first by making your content storage input-agnostic. This gives you the flexibility to maintain your content without disrupting your website's functionality and to deliver a true omni-channel experience. 
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New Headless CMS Whitepaper

agencyQ is proud to release the new whitepaper, Headless CMS: Putting Your Content First. In this new whitepaper, agencyQ provides a comprehensive guide to understanding the concept of the Headless content management system at a level suitable for technicians and non-technicians alike.