Drupal

Cooper Webdesign develops primarily in Drupal and have many years of professional experience in Drupal. We create solutions for both businesses and individuals.

Drupal is used by more than 1,000,000 worldwide where you have free access to download more than 14,000 modules for your website. Cooper Webdesign would say that Drupal is the best CMS / CMP in the world. Drupal is extremely scalable and flexible when you both develop a website, but also when one administrator to manage content, images, setups and configurations. Users can quickly and easily navigate around the site due. Setup of internal cache-management as Drupal has.

Drupal is considered to be the world's most successful open source CMS / CMP. As a business or private, you have a platform with very low cost, high flexibility and easy access to manage website content. If you want to upgrade or expand its website, so it's easy to find developers for this as Drupal's international community consists of more than 24,000 developers worldwide.

What is Drupal?

Drupal is a Open Source (OS) Content Management Platform (CMP), which is the correct definition. Someone would call Drupal for a Content Management System (CMS). It also means that Drupal is free, as is do not require a payable license to use it.

Drupal can be downloaded for free by anyone. Drupal is written in the programming language PHP and supports MySQL and PostgreSQL and the new versions are Oracle's database server is also supported. MySQL is also based on Open Source, which is by far the most popular database in connection with Drupal.

What are the main benefits by using Drupal?

  • Drupal is free to use.
  • More than 14,000 modules can be downloaded for free.
  • Can present content in a user friendly way on all platforms.
  • Can handle large volumes of traffic thanks to JavaScript and CSS optimization.
  • With built-in cache-control, so that your website loads quickly.
  • International Drupal community of over 24,000 developers worldwide.
  • Drupal is used by more than 1,000,000 worldwide.