Drupal is a free and open-source content management system and content management framework written in PHP and distributed under the GNU General Public License. It is used as a back-end system for at least 1.5% of all websites worldwide ranging from personal blogs to corporate, political, and government sites including whitehouse.gov and data.gov.uk. read more
Drupal.org presents an article about a specific topic.
Important pages are Understand Our Audience And To Tailor Promotions You See, Why Drupal? and For Developers. The Drupal.org blog is located at: https://www.drupal.org/blog/drupal-10-1-0. - Visit the blog page
In the following table you'll find the 10 most important pages of Drupal.org:
|#||Description||URL of the website|
|1.||understand our audience and to tailor promotions you see||/terms|
|7.||Skip to main content||/home#content|
|9.||Skip to search||/home#search-block-form|
The websites of Drupal.org are served by a Varnish server. The content management system Drupal is used. The HTML pages were created with the latest standard HTML 5. The website does not specify details about the inclusion of its content in search engines. For this reason the content will be included by search engines. The homepage of the website is "/home".
|Number of websites:||68 - more websites using this IP address|
|Best-known websites:||Drupal.org (indescribably known), Meetup.com (indescribably known), Newscientist.com (exceptionally well known)|
|Language distribution:||72% of the websites are english, 4% of the websites are french, 3% of the websites are german, 1% of the websites are swedish|
|Load time:||0.1 seconds (faster than 98 % of all websites)|
|HTML version:||HTML 5|
|Filesize:||76.51 KB (857 recognized words in text)|
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