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Drupal is developer­friendly, not designer­friendly. It is very different than WordPress or Squarespace. Drupal has themes and the design can be customized, but only up to a point. Because of it’s flexibility and ability to create large scale, complicated sites, it outperforms these others. Drupal has thousands of add­on modules. Drupal can be used to run multiple websites with one backend and database.
Joomla is more user­friendly than Drupal, but certainly not anywhere as easy as WordPress. It can build a more complicated site than WordPress, but not as well as Drupal can. It’s more designer-friendly in editing the look and feel and does it better than Drupal can… but not fabulously as WordPress does. Developers like Joomla because of it’s capacity for development and customization, but it’s not as flexible as Drupal.
Advantages of DRUPAL

Extremely Flexible:

Want a simple blog with a static front page? Drupal can handle that. Want a powerful backend that can support hundreds of thousands of pages and millions of users every month? Sure, Drupal can do that as well. The software is powerful and flexible– little wonder why it’s a favorite among developers.

Strong SEO Capabilities:

Drupal was designed from the ground­up to be search engine friendly.


Drupal scales effortlessly and is stable even when serving thousands of users simultaneously.

Developer Friendly:

The basic Drupal installation is fairly bare­bones. Developers are encouraged to create their own solutions. While this doesn’t make it very friendly for lay users, it promises a range of possibilities for developers.

Enterprise Friendly:

Strong version control and ACL capabilities make Drupal the CMS of choice for enterprise customers. The software can also handle hundreds of thousands of pages of content with ease.
Advantages of JOOMLA

User­ Friendly:

Joomla isn’t WordPress, but it’s still relatively easy to use. Those new to publishing will find its UI polished, flexible and powerful, although there is still a slight learning curve involved in figuring everything out.

Strong Developer Community:

Like WordPress, Joomla too has a strong developer community. The plug­in library called ‘extensions’ in Joomla is large with a ton of free to use, open source plug­ins.

Extension Variability:

Joomla extensions are divided into five categories – components, plug­ins, templates, modules and languages. Each of these differs in function, power and capability. Components, for example, work as ‘mini­apps’ that can change the Joomla installation altogether. Modules, on the other hand, add minor capabilities like dynamic content, RSS feeds, and search function to a web page.

Strong Content Management Capabilities:

Unlike WordPress, Joomla was originally designed as an enterprise­grade CMS. This makes it far more capable at handling a large volume of articles than WordPress.

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