Nathan learned a lot about web development throughout the creation of the website, but he soon discovered a critical flaw: no one else on the team knew how to update the content. Since everything about the website was strictly code, there was no Content Management System, or CMS, for the team to use to keep the content fresh and up-to-date. Nathan was forced to update anything and everything that needed changing. While he enjoyed helping, he was unavailble during some periods of time that the website needed updating. Because of this, Nathan set out to recreate the entire website using a CMS system so that once graduated and away from Ctrl-Z, his successors could easily keep Ctrl-Z's web presence up-to-date.
Content Management System
The current Ctrl-Z website uses an open-source CMS called ProcessWire. According to its website, ProcessWire is "a friendly and powerful open source CMS with an exceptionally strong foundation."