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Score 9 out of 10
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Plan ahead as much you can. You really need to know how to build what you want with the modules available to you, or that you might need to code yourself, in order to make the best use of Drupal. I recommend you analyze the most technically difficult workflows and other aspects of your implementation, and try building some test versions of those first. Get feedback from stakeholders early and often, because you can easily find yourself in a situation where your implementation does 90% of what you want, but, due to something you didn't plan for, foresee, or know about, there's no feasible way to get past the last 10%.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

Role-based user permissions (56)
8.9
API (52)
8.5
Internationalization / multi-language (45)
8.6
WYSIWYG editor (54)
8.0
Code quality / cleanliness (58)
8.0
Admin section (59)
8.3
Page templates (58)
7.9
Library of website themes (49)
6.5
Mobile optimization / responsive design (55)
8.6
Publishing workflow (58)
8.4
Form generator (56)
7.6
Content taxonomy (55)
8.2
SEO support (54)
8.0
Bulk management (52)
8.0
Availability / breadth of extensions (52)
8.2
Community / comment management (52)
8.2

About Drupal

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.



Categories:  Content Management

Drupal Integrations

Drupal Competitors

Joomla!, Kentico, Plone, Magnolia (V5 and later versions)

Drupal Technical Details

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