Simplicity for editors
Turn great ideas into great experiences. Leave your desktop behind and create compelling content on more modern devices than ever. Work efficiently with better previews and drag-and-drop image uploads. And when you need to make quick changes, choose in-context editing and use only the tools you need.
Power for administrators
It's easier to customize components—views, lists, blocks, admin tools, and more—than ever before. Control how data is displayed without using a single line of code. Structure content with more field types, and add SEO-friendly meaning with native Schema.org markup. Make creating and managing content a great experience too.
Accessibility for everyone
Drupal 8 ships with extensive support for accessibility standards, and not only for color contrast and font sizes. Semantic HTML5 helps you create interactions—even ones with dynamic content—that are more usable. Plus, Drupal now adopts more WAI-ARIA practices. You can make content structures easier to understand for people with disabilities.
by a Guest - Magnusson - February 28, 2016, 10:13 pm
Finally Drupal takes the few last steps to make it reeeeeeally fun to work with. Easy, fun, effective and don't forget powerfull!
The site runs abit slow at my server, but will run better after the update of my webbhotells hardware.
Really recommend this CMS for everyone who wants to grow with it during the next years.
(-) Should be an easier way to upgrade the software.
by a Guest - Sillo - December 6, 2016, 9:58 am
If you are considering a real CMS, then Drupal might be the solution.
by a Guest - PPB - January 5, 2017, 7:53 pm
Drupal is a one of greatest free CMS. I use it for more than a decade. It takes some learning initially but pays back by its functionality and architecture. I recommend it for those who can handle it.