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    Question Drupal vs Wordpress?

    Anyone try Drupal?

    I am using Wordpress but now I think Drupal is also a good alternative to Wordpress and maybe more secure then WP.

    What do you think account Drupal vs WP in term of security and design, editing?

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    Member nesir's Avatar
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    Wordpress because of it internal loading of themes and plugins , and overall user interface has a better usability for people with less coding knowledge. Worpress was designer for this specific purpose.
    Drupal on the other hand themes and plugins need to be downloaded externally. Drupal was not originally designed to be so user friendly , many of the plugins that you require on WordPress are already included in the drupal cms. Drupal is less user friendly but if you know how to work it it can be a powerful tool for website building.

    Wordpress on the other hand hold 25% percent of the websites on the internet, people like to say wordpress is not so secure, but its more a case of you are more likely to find a badly coded WordPress site than a drupal one, because in genral WordPress users are less experiences in coding.

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    WordPress is easy to use and it works specially well for small to medium sized websites, blogs and e-commerce stores.

    WordPress is free to download and use. You can also host WordPress on most standard hosting platforms. WordPress also have many plug ins and themes are free and paid from that you can choose suitable for your websites. At administration point WordPress is easy to use and handle.

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    WordPress is best as it is easy to use content management system. It has a number of features and customization possibilities.
    Drupal is significantly different. Drupal is a bit more complicated. WordPress is extremely intuitive and user-friendly for the non-programmer looking to create a website from scratch.
    WordPress tends to be used to develop any kind of website, whether it is for a small business or large organization.

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    Hello Dewlance,

    There are a lot of factors to consider when choosing a content management system (CMS), including cost, ease of use, support, and flexibility. Two of the most popular CMSs are Drupal and WordPress. So, which one should you choose for your website or blog? To help you make a decision, we’ve put together a side-by-side comparison of Drupal and WordPress.

    Cost: Drupal is free to download and use. However, you will need to pay for hosting, a domain name, and possibly add-ons or themes.WordPress is also free to download and use. However, like Drupal, you will need to pay for hosting, a domain name, and possibly add-ons or themes.
    Ease of Use: Drupal can be tricky to learn and use. It has a steep learning curve and is not as user-friendly as WordPress. However, once you get the hang of it, Drupal is very powerful and flexible.
    Support: Drupal has an active community of users and developers who are always willing to help out new users.

    WordPress is a much simpler platform that is easy to use and learn. It is less powerful than Drupal but perfect for small businesses or personal websites. So, which platform should you choose? It really depends on your needs. If you need a powerful CMS for a large website, then Drupal is the way to go. On the other hand, wordPress is the better option if you need a simple website that is easy to create and manage.

    When it comes to website security, there are a few key areas where Drupal and WordPress differ. For starters, Drupal is built with security in mind from the ground up, while WordPress focuses more on usability. Drupal has a few extra security features, such as user roles and permissions, which WordPress lacks.

    WordPress is much easier to learn and use than Drupal. It has a user-friendly interface and is very intuitive. You can have a WordPress site up and running in no time. There are also many online resources available to help you learn Drupal. WordPress also has an active community of users and developers.

    Thus, I hope the above information helps you understand the difference between Drupal and Wordpress in terms of security, design, and editing.


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    Hello! I want to create a website for electrical safety and I was advised to make it on Drupal by drupal development firm. But I do not understand programming languages and I do not know if this CMS will suit me. Who can tell which CMS is better to choose?

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