To create or edit a student organization page, you can use either one of the three available applications: CMS, Kompozer, or Dreamweaver. Each approach has its own pros and cons:
The CMS is an abbreviation for Content Management System. It is user friendly and has a relatively low learning curve. Another advantage of using CMS is that you can create/edit webpages fast and easy. All CMS created sites will look similar to each other. Not much can be changed about the look of CMS pages. These advantages come at the cost of lacking in flexibility. If you want a simple, effective, and easy to create page, the CMS is a good choice.
Kompozer is a free program that allows users to build a web site without any coding experience, making it ideal for non-technical computer users who want to create an attractive professional-looking web site without needing to know HTML.
If you want a more complicated web site and more flexibility then Dreamweaver is a better tool. Dreamweaver is slightly harder to use compared to the CMS and Kompozer.
Further information on the CMS, Kompozer and Dreamweaver can be found on the left navigation bar.