Site Administration

Web Development Concept: Front-end vs. Back-end

In web development, the terms front-end and back-end refer to the separation of the "presentation" or visual layer (the "front-end") of your website from the "data" (content) and application layers (or "back-end") of your site.

In the template system, you can "administer" or configure portions of the front-end such as layout and theme settings as well as manage your content and administer site configurations such as user role access and managing template system apps on the back-end.

Whether you are managing your front-end or your back-end, you will always begin by logging in to your website.