To select a CMS can be a cumbersome task for the user. With numerous options available, the selection of best from the rest can baffle even a seasoned developer. Drupal is a content management system that enables building of powerful websites and online apps. It is open sourced. It is free and can be used by single users with/without technical skill or a group. Originated and developed by Dries Buytaert as a bulletin board system, Drupal became an Open Source project in 2001. It has been downloaded over a million times and is the focus of a large development corporation.
Various types of sites that Drupal can be used for are: portals, blogs, forums, e-commerce, personal or corporate websites, intranets, resource directories and social networking sites. It supports content management, collaborative authoring, newsletters, podcasts, image galleries, peer-to-peer networking, file uploads/downloads and more.
Written in the PHP programming language, Drupal software is prompt to use after download and consists of a web-based installer and supplemented modules.
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Drupal is a variable module based framework that allows web designers and developers to easily build sites for customers. For starters, it might require initial learning to master but in the end it is adaptable to put up any type of app or website.