You are ordering a standard website because you are not selling anything online or accepting donations. The purpose you have in mind for your website is to display (your products, which can be your menu if you run a restaurant, for instance), (your services, which can be demonstration videos), to ensure your business has an online presence, for interactivity (blogs, forums), to set up appointments, or to offer your customers more than one way to get familiar with everything you have to offer. Who needs a CMS (content management system) website? People who want to update the content of their website regularly for blogs, for items to sale, to offer sales regularly, etc. It is also for entrepreneurs who have staff members to do the updating often. If there is no need to update content yourself (say, every week more than once), you do not need a CMS website. As for LMS (learning management system) websites, that is for education and training companies, or for entities that offer such as part of their operation. With an LMS, the entrepreneur can manage what goes on almost like for a CMS, except that an LMS is specifically created as a learning platform. Finally, customized standard websites have a bit of this and that, or none of the above but must fit certain requirements for areas of interests not mentioned here, such as HIPAA compliance in healthcare. HIPAA means health insurance portability and accountability act. It is a U.S. privacy rule that establishes national standards to protect individuals' medical records and other personal health information.