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What is Drupal?
Drupal is one of the most powerful content management system (CMS) for publishing web content in multiple languages. It is used by major organisations such as governments, higher education institutions, and Non Governmental Organisations. You can visit their website here.
Is Drupal Free?
Yes - Drupal started in 2001 as an open-source content management system (CMS). The core Drupal application is still provided free of charge for you to use, either for personal or business purposes.
What Does Drupal do?
Drupal is used to build, organise, manage and publish content for websites, blogs, and Intranets. The content can be maintained collaboratively by multiple users and is used by organisations worldwide such as the BBC, NBC, MTV UK, University of Oxford and many more.
What are he benefits of Drupal?
Easy to Instal
Either use our Softaculous auto installer and install it in a few clicks or download the software from Drupal to install manually.
Feature Rich Modules
There are over 36,000 modules for you to either manually or automatically install and extend the functionality of your basic Drupal website. As well as being Multilingual, Drupal makes it simple to manage media, banners, multiple views and content. Checkout the following link for Drupal Modules.
Fluid Responsive Design - Drupal Themes
There are over 2,000 Drupal themes covering a range of designs for you to choose from. Once uploaded to your website they can be installed and enabled in a few clicks to ensure that your website has the look and feel that you want. Checkout the following link for Drupal Themes.
Documentation and Support Community
There is an online community of over 100,000 actively contributing users for Drupal and with around 2% of internet websites using Drupal you will find all the support and advice you need on their forums. A good place to start is the Drupal Documentation.