If you are building search-engine-friendly Web sites and want them to be scalable, you should be using a content management system rather than building sites with plain HTML pages or Dreamweaver templates.
In various published comparisons between Joomla! and Drupal, the common conclusion is that Joomla! excels in allowing web developers to quickly produce high-quality and attractive small and medium sized websites while the strength of Drupal is providing a framework for larger customized sites that serve many users.
Unlike a static web site, a site that uses a content management system has the following features:
- generally stores your content in a database
- keeps the design of the site separate from the content
- makes it so that to update something on every page of your CMS Web site you generally only have to update it in one place, not on every individual page of the Web site
- large library of extensions (apps) that provide all sorts of enhanced functionality, such as shopping carts, social networks, customer relationship management, etc.
Joomla, Drupal, and Wordpress Platforms
We primarily focus on the three most popular CMS platforms: Joomla, Drupal, and WordPress. Our expertise with these two platforms means if you another CMS platform (there are many open-source CMS solutions) we may well be able to help you, even if you aren't using one of the top three.