Drupal vs. Wordpress

Dale Scott dalescott at shaw.ca
Sun Oct 29 03:15:44 UTC 2017

Do you have any ulterior or collateral objectives? From a very superficial view, I'd say install WordPress if you want experience with the world's most popular "website" and potentially get into plugin development. Install Drupal if you want experience in a leading website construction framework, and potentially get into module development. If you don't know, pick WordPress.

Good luck!

> On Oct 28, 2017, at 10:41 AM, Per olof Ljungmark <peo at nethead.se> wrote:
>> On 2017-10-28 18:02, Carmel NY wrote:
>> I am going to be installing either Drupal or Wordpress on my FreeBSD 11.1
>> system. I was wondering if anyone has any specific recommendations. It will be
>> lightly used, at least at first.
> They are two very different beasts - your choice would depend on your
> experience from CMS's and goal - WP gets you up and running in no time,
> after all, it is the most used Open Source CMS by far, but if you need
> to build a framework for a specific purpose that requires a lot more
> than a simple home page there is no end to choices... many of them are
> in ports as well.
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_content_management_systems
> Let your skills and requirements guide you.
> Good luck,
> //per
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