A website is a collection of content like webpages, data hosted on a server. A website is used to display information which depends on who is hosts it. The faculty and department also want to display their course, research information that helps them to communicate with students better. Though the content on the department webpages does not change regularly, faculty information changes frequently based on their current/future research activities, and class activities. The department needs to request the web administrators to change the content-based on the information provided. This process is time consuming and inefficient. This thesis addresses the issue by providing the faculty a user-friendly content management system interface tool to customize content of a webpage, upload images, and videos to provide information about their research or course information. This system is designed for Professor Fletcher Miller of Mechanical Engineering to maintain a website that displays information about Wildland Urban Interface Fires research conducted at San Diego State University.