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    Wordpress is really better than Drupal?

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  • #26401
    While neither platform is immune to security issues, Drupal is generally better-protected, but WordPress can hold its own with the proper steps: Drupal can handle PCI compliance requirements such as database encryption or other complex security situations bit better.

  • #26496
    Wordpress is less complex. This makes utilizing it for a blog-like use case much easier than Drupal.

    By its very nature, Drupal requires a lot of developer intervention to massage into common use cases. This is because there are "many ways to do it" in Drupal, though it can often be too many ways and not one best option. As a result, you will probably fiddle more with Drupal to get what you want versus choosing from Wordpress settings that are close enough.

    Beyond that, it just comes down to time and personal preference. For example, I've spent many hours working on the Drupal platform and can probably get the same idea working quicker in that environment than if I installed Wordpress and used a default setup. If you don't have prior experience with either CMS, then evaluate the life cycle of your project. Does it need ongoing development and the ability to scale up a great deal? If so, lean towards Drupal. If not, Wordpress will almost always be easier to get going off the ground.

  • #26568
    Drupal is focused on developers with more customization features, while WordPress is more beginner-friendly.

  • #26640
    Each has its own dedicated online community and a loyal fanbase. Plus, both Drupal and WordPress power some of the largest websites in the world. The main difference between Drupal and WordPress is that Drupal is focused on developers with more customization features, while WordPress is more beginner-friendly.

  • #26647
    In 2022, WordPress is still the leader for admin user experience, although Drupal is making great strides. WordPress beats out Drupal in terms of ready-made themes available from sites like ThemeForest, which removes cost and timeline barriers to getting a website out into the world.

  • #26663
    The choice between WordPress and Drupal ultimately depends on your specific needs and goals for your website. Both WordPress and Drupal are popular open-source content management systems (CMS), but they have different strengths and weaknesses.

    WordPress is best known for its easy to use and user-friendly interface. It's a great choice for small to medium-sized websites, blogs, and e-commerce sites. It has a wide variety of themes and plugins available, making it easy to customize the look and functionality of your site.

    On the other hand, Drupal is known for its scalability and flexibility. It's a great choice for large, complex websites that require a high level of customization and integration with other systems. Drupal also offers more advanced features such as granular user permissions, multilingual support, and better security features.

    WordPress is more beginner-friendly and easier to get started with, while Drupal is more advanced and requires more technical knowledge. So if you're looking for a simple and easy-to-use platform, WordPress may be the better choice for you. But if you're looking for a more powerful and flexible platform, Drupal might be the better choice.


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