It is used by both marketing and IT department :
- Our own website runs on Drupal
- We implement clients' websites, and depending on the scope and …
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- Code quality / cleanliness (65)8.484%
- Page templates (66)8.383%
- Admin section (67)8.181%
- Publishing workflow (66)7.676%
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Drupal is a free and open source content management system written in PHP that competes primarily with Joomla and Plone. The standard release of Drupal, known as Drupal core, contains basic features common to content management systems. These include a dashboard with a menu management system, RSS feeds, page layout customization and themes to aid this, and system administration tools. Drupal offers access statistics, more advanced search features, caching and feature throttling (to improve performance if needed), descriptive URLs, multiple users with controllable privileges, access control and restrictions, and workflow tools (triggers). There are over 30,000 addons or modules to expand Drupal's functionality.
Craft CMS for sure got a lot of ideas off of Drupal, some of it's main features that they advertise is already in Drupal for years and I have not seen any benefits over Drupal, also it has a smaller community compared to Drupal
Drupal requires a more senior technical team but allows for more complex activities. It's great if you have a medium to a large operation that depends a lot on always having new content deployed on your web pages.
WordPress didn't meet enterprise requirements. That also implied a strong [dependence] towards the IT provider that developed the custom content management system.
I only briefly looked at Joomla, and I wasn't impressed.
ExpressionEngine seems very nice, but it is not free.
Jekyll is great for websites that can be static, without a database, but updating content requires the users to be able to edit pages manually, as there is no interface for editing. There are some services that offer an interface for editing Jekyll projects for a price.