Certaintly, I've been aware of Woordpress, Joomla, etc. for quite a while now. But only recently have I been actually reading up on what they are all about. I've searched tirelessly to try to find a compelling reason to use one of these, and so far I've found none. Am I missing something?
I got a couple websites in HTML CSS jQuery and PHP. The only PHP I use is just to log in and interact with mySQL; so theres really not much dynamic content. I'm the only one who maintains the sites, it's not collaborative, and I update them very infrequently.
So, would a CMS be useful for me?
Is there such a thing as an offline CMS? Since it's just me, it's not necessary to have a Wordpress type login that affords more opportunities for an injection attack.
UPDATE: It seems as though CMS's are marketed as (1) allowing less tech savy folks make websites and/or (2) Easily allow several folks to collaborate and/or (3) Easily updating sites that need to be frequently updated, like a blog.
I don't fit any of those 3 criteria, so is there any reason to go though the trouble up setting up a CMS?