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Joomla vs Drupal - Comparision

Discussion in 'Drupal' started by ablaye, Oct 9, 2006.

  1. wildogre

    wildogre Active Member

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    #241
    I think it basically depend on your needs. Joomla have got really cool themes. On the other Drupal is really a fast and simple CMS.
    SEMrush
     
    wildogre, May 19, 2011 IP
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  2. showkatahmad

    showkatahmad Peon

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  3. Dangerous Drug Attorneys

    Dangerous Drug Attorneys Greenhorn

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    #243
    We used Drupal and the learning curve is low if you use a template and handle the instal easily. With Drupal 7, though, be aware that it does not come with keyword / metadata module out-of-the-box (they are working on it). So, you need to get a temp module to do this (if you're not a php programmer). Otherwise, great for SEO! be sure to get page titles, 404 redirect, and other modules to help with SEO. Use those url aliases, too!
     
  4. hoodaki

    hoodaki Member

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    #244
    It depends on proper use. But Joomla is more user friendly than dropal. if you are talking about CMS Joomla is the best but if other places and require then depend on situation.
     
    hoodaki, Jun 14, 2011 IP
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    hljhljhlj Peon

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    #245
    I use drupal to build a blog.You can see it http://xinjingrushui.com.I think drupal is goode for me
     
    hljhljhlj, Jun 15, 2011 IP
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    redzventures Active Member

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    I can't believe that I'm hearing this. I must be weird because I couldn't make much sense out of Joomla as it seemed too hard to get it to do what I wanted. Drupal was much more intuitive for me and I liked the way you can easily make blocks visible for certain nodes and how the nodes can use a name 'path' instead of a dodgy looking code. Drupal has a visual display of block regions so it easy to see where you want to put them. I didn't see anything but lists and tables in Joomla that did not have any visual clues as to what I was trying to do.

    I have built more than 10 Drupal sites and love it. I can easily make changes I need to the style sheets if I have to through legacy file manager. Of course, generally speaking content management systems are less flexible than using a static web design software but Drupal rocks I'm afraid. Your're all wrong!
     
    redzventures, Jun 15, 2011 IP
  7. balaganesh

    balaganesh Peon

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    #247
    joomla is very best and easy to use compare to other cms
     
    balaganesh, Jun 29, 2011 IP
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    #248
    Where Drupal allows unlimited category levels, tagging and categorization along with the function to create multiple content with different features, with Joomla!, you need to have a Content construction kit. Otherwise, you have only three levels of content.

    If we talk about a web editor, then, Joomla! comes with a default web editor, which is absent in Drupal.
     
    diviny, Jul 15, 2011 IP
  9. ali574

    ali574 Peon

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    #249
    hi guys i want to make a small scale site and i dont know any thing about joomla and drupal. My company asked me to make this site in any cms.
    The features they need are
    1)Page content should be changeable
    2)bilingual (arabic and englsih)
    3)on the main page they need to add news module
    i can also develop personaly also if any expert in php please recomend
     
    ali574, Jul 21, 2011 IP
  10. Dangerous Drug Attorneys

    Dangerous Drug Attorneys Greenhorn

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    #250
    Which runs better on shared hosting?
     
  11. digitalcontents

    digitalcontents Peon

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    #251
    I decided to go with Joomla for my upcoming new website "fixmehealthy" I hope it would go smooth for adsense.
     
    digitalcontents, Oct 4, 2011 IP
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    Ayeshlive Peon

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    #252
    Drupal has a learning curve of course. But once you pass it, you don't go for any other system. From blogging to very very advanced sites, doing it with Drupal.
     
    Ayeshlive, Feb 6, 2012 IP
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    searchesuk Peon

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    #253
    Joomla is mostly used for cms and also very easy to making e-commerce applications in it, where the Drupal is also CMS architecture but some application like e-commerce is difficult to development in drupal.
     
    searchesuk, Feb 7, 2012 IP
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    jaredrasc Peon

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    #254
    I have used Drupal ,,I find it bit tough to integrate website in it. and theming in Drupal is little bit complicated but it is more seo friendly. Thats why like this.
     
    jaredrasc, Feb 10, 2012 IP
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    #255
    is long joomla just work
     
    aircondition, Feb 14, 2012 IP
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    #256
    I think joomla is very easy.
     
    paneru, Feb 21, 2012 IP
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    #257
    There are some great extensions out there that help make it SEF.
     
    Max796, Oct 10, 2012 IP
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    #258
    Hi i am mostly used my web site in joomla. joomla best for cms.
     
    smithjoy416, Oct 17, 2012 IP
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    dealhapdan.com Greenhorn

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    #259
    Drupal is easy to customize and more seo friendly, I use drupal for projects of great.That ..
     
    dealhapdan.com, Oct 28, 2012 IP
  20. Irfi0009

    Irfi0009 Banned

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    #260
    Joomla is better for Duple
     
    Irfi0009, Apr 9, 2013 IP