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Thread: Difference between drupal and joomla

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    Sep 2012

    Difference between drupal and joomla

    Difference between drupal and joomla

    1.Drupal is much more flexible when it comes to the development and setting up the theme and layout of the website. Joomla! is known to be surrounded by the paradigms set by itself, and offers less scope to be flexible.

    2. Joomla! is easy and fast to operate and implement. On the other hand, Drupal is quite a tough nut and have always been the choice of comprehensive businesses and enterprises.

    3. If we put it in a precise manner then, Joomla! offers a nice, professional looking website with a slow, categorised, and limited options, while its actually vice versa with Drupal.

    4.Backend admin functionality with the Drupal is not that good, while Joomla! is comparatively better.

    5.The Drupal codes are more professional and skilled and of a quality, while it lacks in the case of Joomla!.

  2. #2
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    Nov 2012
    To sum it up, Joomla is fantastic, but Drupal got to cover our needs in a better way.

  3. #3
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    Nov 2012
    Thanks I was not aware of these as I use Wordpress.

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    Joomla is free and open-source CMS that allows users to build websites and online applications. Drupal is a free and open-source content management framework that is written in PHP language. It is used for blogging websites as well as for political and government websites.

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    Jan 2014
    Joomla and Drupal are two magnificent Open Source Content Management System which provide the framework to develop effortless with various ready to us modules and website in short span of time. Main differences are as under 1. Drupal use smarty template where as on the other hand Joomla dose not 2. Joomla uses plugin and modules whereas Drupl has module only 3. In drupal php code can be written directly whereas in Joomla you need to install plugin for php support

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    Drupal and Joomla are two of the most popular and capable open-source content management systems powering dynamic websites. They share many similarities, including open licenses, strong developer communities, growing market share and a predisposition for LAMP-based (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) hosting environments. Both systems are also market-proven and flexible, able to deliver content management functionality with ease and support other types of features at varying levels of expense.

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