The latest offering of open source content management system has hit the market with a BANG.
Quoting the words of Mr. Dries Buytaert, Drupal founder and project leader – “…approximately a 1,000 people have contributed to Drupal 7.0 and the Drupal community will be holding worldwide ‘release parties’ in 88 countries on 7th January, 2011″.
Oh! These will be some parties you will never like to miss.
Drupal 7.0 is not just any other test website – it is one content management system that is powered by 527,548 people in 228 countries speaking 182 different languages. Now, is there anything else that makes Drupal so popular?
Drupal has been always well regarded in terms of its capacity and performance. And the Drupal committee is quite optimistic that they would work towards enhancing the effectiveness of this content management tool in the days to come. So, you can be rest assured that when Drupal 8 will be launched, it will definitely feature better traits in relation to its usability (specifically from an administrative perspective). One of the most popular and critically acclaimed characteristic features of Drupal 7.0 is its unique user-friendly installation process. The default installation includes amazing built-in modules for OpenID support, forums, and related contact forms that can be conveniently enabled or disabled at will.
In case you are one individual who likes being careful about the security of the content testing system that’s in use, you would be rather glad to know that Drupal management committee has designed a dedicated team to deal with various security issues. This group of software engineers and system specialists are likely to showcase utmost professionalism while troubleshooting, which means that you can spend more time creating your website and making it richer.
It will only be a matter of few days when (almost) everybody – from small businesses to global corporations, and diverse organizations worldwide start using Drupal to keep themselves ahead in the competition of professional excellence. So, it’s high time that you start considering the effectiveness of Drupal test sites, when it comes to the performance and credibility of your website!
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