CMS (Content Management System) is your custom interface to add, edit and delete content within you website. While many parts of your site are CMA enabled, things like site layout, colors, fonts, etc, cannot be manage by the CMS. These need to be edited at the web development level. This site was build using RapidWeaver tools. You would need RapidWeaver along with the project file, the proper extension, stack and plugins in order to edit the site at the development level.
CMS give you the ability to control your content without the need of these tools. You can manage CMS portions of your site from any computer or mobile device that supports internet access. This give you the ability to manage your site from where ever you are at a moments notice. By only having control over content, you do not have to worry about accidentally selecting the wrong font, or entering an image that throws the whole site design off.
Your CMS is designed to mirror your website for it's content as best as possible. There are a number of various input methods you will see on your site. These include: toggles, switches, selectors, text fields, image drop boxes, image gallery boxes and others. You will note that there is an information icon next to the various types of CMS inputs. These are informational instructions that tell you how to use the CMS. There are also specific instructions that require special attention. These are denoted by icon. Follow these instructions where denoted to properly use the CMS.
Use the Hamburger icon to navigate the CMS.