Drupal is a free and open-source content management system (CMS) that allows users to easily create, manage and organise a wide range of digital content such as websites, blogs, forums and e-commerce stores. Drupal is written in the common PHP programming language, uses a MySQL database to store and manage content and is supported by an active community of developers and users who contribute to its development, support and improvement.
It offers a robust set of features including a flexible taxonomy system for organising content, powerful user management capabilities, advanced search functionality and customisable templates and themes. It also offers a wide range of third-party plugins, modules and extensions that can be used to extend its functionality and capabilities.
Who else uses Drupal?
Drupal is a popular content management system that powers many high-profile websites. Some of the famous websites built using Drupal include:
The US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) uses Drupal for its website.
The official website for the Grammy Awards is built using Drupal.
The White House
The official website of the White House was built using Drupal.
The Weather Channel
The popular weather forecasting website, The Weather Channel, is built using Drupal.
The Red Cross website is built using Drupal, and it's used to deliver news and emergency services.
The University of Oxford uses Drupal for its website.
The MTV UK website uses Drupal for its content management system.
The electric vehicle manufacturer, Tesla, uses Drupal for its website.
One of the largest broadcasting networks in the USA, NBC uses Drupal for its website.
These are just a few examples of the many famous websites built using Drupal.