Drupal Introduction

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This post will give you an introduction of the Drupal, some of its features and about the choice to select it.

What is Drupal?

Drupal is a free software package that allows you to manage,organize and publish your content, with variety of customization.

Drupal is developed and maintained by a community having 625,000+ users and developers. It’s distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License , it means you are free to download it and share it with others.

Why is Drupal “the better choice” ?

All the Content Management Systems (CMS) have forum and blog capabilities. They often have different modules by using which you can extend the system capabilities.
Drupal has vibrant community like no other CMS system. It’s a point that makes Drupal very concurrent on the Content Management System’s market.It also has some unique features that make it very different and much more powerful then the most of other comparing software products.
 Some of those features are:

Drupal is flexible and easy to extend

With Drupal, building an impressive website from scratch is simple and straight-forward. It requires less programming than the other CMS’s. It is very easy to add new features and  reshape Drupal website from a simple presentation site to a web application.

Drupal is reliable, robust  and efficient 

A code written by the Drupal developers uses the system resources wisely due to the design structure of Drupal. It means the some of the speed issues and concurrence problems will not come into consideration in everyday work. Even more, patches or updates to a site can be done in a straight-forward manner.


Drupal has built in taxonomy system. The taxonomy system is for the categorization of the nodes. It allows you to define vocabularies. Vocabularies allow you to organize your terms into groups. Each term is a category. There is no limit to the number of vocabularies you can create. You can add as many number of terms as you can include in each vocabulary.