On: 1st April 2016

Still ignoring Drupal? Maybe you wont after reading this. With over a million downloads of the open-source software, Drupal is changing the way people create and manage web sites. It`s not just for techie either; Drupal has a strong community that will offer help to any novice. But what other things should you know about the content management software?

User Panels

If you are someone who uses panels you should be using that come with C tools, this will allow you to embed views in panel panes as you can do with a block. What`s the difference? that you can configure the view to work differently each time you embed it.


Drupal is SEO Friendly

Drupal has so many features to make it stand out including a built in taxonomy system. It`s something that allows you to tag content with relevant keyword  and tags to enhance your SEO. You even have access to the multilevel, hierarchical category as well as the content type specifics.


Variety of Content Types

Drupal is well known for the variety of content types, you can create and manage  Videos, Polls, user management, blogs, and texts and most important statistics. Drupal also allows content tagging, page titles, redirect management, google analytics and API integration.Ultimately Drupal allows you to have great digital integration with all media platforms and handles allowing you with a great deal of file types.which then allows us to have great digital integration with all media platforms and handles allowing you with a great deal of file types.


Multilingual Capabilities

Multilingual capabilities is great for organisations who have an international reach,For example  multilingual capabilities  helps create a language strategy that can be used to decide whether or not the language should be translated. It`s a simple, yet effective feature that will help improve engagement.


Drupal provides  flexibility to all content for example publishing and customizing content which is used for marketing professionals.  This allows Authors, publishers, translators and site administrators to all use Drupal. Evidently Drupal supports responsive and adaptive development which delivers effective content across several devices.