Too many developers and editors working on the same site can have disastrous results if not managed appropriately. Developers may code with slightly varied styles which can lead to confusion, and updates can be broken or overwritten if care is not taken. It is important to have a system for code access that uses different log-ins to track who changed what, when. A management system should also include periodic and carefully labeled and saved backups of your site. In cases where the primary developer on a site may shift over time, it is also important that notes and documentation are created and saved each time a major update is made. By following standardized procedures, everyone on a web team can easily step in and out of a project at any time without causing confusion or inadvertently overwriting new versions of the code. Over time this can save substantial time and money by increasing efficiency.