Across different industries and organizations, websites have multiple and varied requirements.
A social networking site will look very different from a career portal. A real estate website will not have a lot of similarities with a hospital website. And a government website won’t look like an e-commerce portal.
On the surface, that is.
But if you peel back the frontend, these sites can be very well designed on the same backend, Drupal.
So how is it possible for Drupal to support a wide variety of websites? Some reasons are
- It’s open source, freely available and has almost no limits to customization.
- The core software is supported by hundreds of full time developers.