“I run a website, therefore I am”
This statement probably is the closest explanation of modern realia. With the great diversity of CMS platforms, it seems that running a web project may be compared to the attack of fever. And it’s not for nothing, there are so many outstanding and sophisticated CMSs like WordPress, Joomla, Drupal or TYPO3. Each of them offers more than enough features and addons to run a web project (from a simple blog to complex website). Nevertheless, the question, which one to choose, is of immediate interest, – classic HTML site or dynamic CMS platform?
So, with that in mind we are going to compare HTML and Drupal. In short, HTML is a markup language for website creation. Traditionally, the website owners built their sites using HTML because of some specific demands, customization. Frankly speaking, if you run such type of website, you should be a professional coder. Otherwise, to manage the site on HTML will be for your no more that deadlock. That’s why people prefer to run a site on CMS.
Drupal is one of the most customizable and powerful CMS nowadays. More and more people are willing to connect their web projects with Drupal. It has many robust and well-developed add-ons that simplify your site management significantly. Just check up the prerogatives of Drupal:
- Tons of addons
- Huge gallery of themes
- SEO optimization
- Total admin control
As the concrete proof of these, there are dozens of favorable sites that are run on Drupal – White House, Forbes, Harvard, McDonalds and others. Feeling inspired? Follow this prezi below and find out how to perform HTML to Drupal transfer with ease.
So, from now on you know how to migrate HTML to Drupal. Hence, don’t wait up, get started right now and in a few minutes you will enjoy your new Drupal website.
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