Drupal is another very popular CMS, used by companies like the Popular Science, MIT, New York Observer, Fast Company, Sony Music, and many more. It has a lot of features for building both internal and external sites, and a number of tools to organize the content on your website.
Just like WordPress, Drupal also has a very active community forum, blogs, and even face-to-face Drupal events. The Drupal documentation is also being updated & improved at regular intervals. The documentation is extensive enough to include the installation details, details about building websites & modules, designing themes and more.
- Robust community support
- Almost 6,000 modules, making Drupal highly extensible and helping developers focus on business more
- A lot of companies (The Webplant) offer commercial support for Drupal
- Not many commercial themes are available which are ready to use
- Can be overkill for simple sites
- Few features like managing themes are quite complex.