Drupal CMS (Content Management System)

What can we do for you with the Drupal platform

  • Studying with you the features you need for the best use of the platform
  • Designing a system based on your specific needs, highlighting the procedures for using and developing the system
  • Customize the template of the site to best represent your business
  • Implement the specific platform and its implementation
  • Training on the use of the platform
  • Managing the ordinary and extraordinary maintenance of the platform
  • Managing the development and integration of content on the platform
  • Provide Domains Registration and Marketing
  • Provide Hosting services


  • Installing and Configuring CMS platform
  • Template customization
  • Installing extensions
  • Check installation and development platform
  • User training platform
  • Integration of content on the platform
  • Publishing platform



The Drupal project was born, as often happens, the management of a difficulty. In the year 2000 Dries Buytaert I make a software to allow him and the other students at the University of Antwerp communicate with each other and share information. After an encouraging development decided to extend the software into a website and then became an open source project. During the search for the domain name "right" was born drop.org site, arising from an incorrect typing "dorp" (Dutch word that means "village", considering a project oriented to the community). The current name was established in 2001 when then Dries Buytaert decided to open the software drop.org to public trial under the name Drupal derived from the English pronunciation "Droo-puhl," the Dutch word which means druppel drop.
Year after year, Drupal has gained increasing popularity and now the development of Drupal is supported by a large community of developers and enthusiasts.
Since November 2009 the White House website using Drupal WhiteHouse.gov
The "core" of Drupal modules include their own. But many add-on modules, developed by the community, they can still be downloaded and installed in a Drupal installation is not for their "core". The "core" of Drupal has been designed with a system of "hooks" (hooks) or callback, allowing the modules developed by the community to include additional features in the process of making Drupal modules without altering the "core" of the system.
Drupal is currently available in version 7.xx which is the latest stable version available at the time and which allows the installation of the updates of installed modules directly from the government through a quick check of the latest versions released by the community. Drupal is actually developing the future versions 8 and 9.

The modules included in Drupal allow you to:

  • Add, edit and catalog the contents
  • Enter comments
  • Perform searches
  • Participate in forums
  • Respond to polls
  • Working in collaborative writing projects
  • Register new users and manage accounts
  • Enter and view member profiles
  • Communicate between users and site administrators
  • Change the appearance of the site using graphic themes already developed and ready to use
  • Create multiple levels of menu navigation structure
  • Locate the interface in different languages, allowing the user to choose
  • Provide RSS feeds
  • Aggregating and presenting the content of other sites RSS
  • Manage granular permissions and roles for individual users or entire groups
  • Inhibit access to certain site users by name, e-mail address, IP address
  • Collect and present detailed statistics of site
  • Manage the caching and throttling, functionality that allows you to disable certain modules / blocks at the high site traffic
  • Create and specify various filters on the input of users and different content models
  • Generate easy to remember addresses, allowing a better cataloging to search engines

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The site Drupal provides the ability to find hundreds of free modules developed by the community.
Some of the features provided by modules developed or improved by users:

  • Photo galleries
  • Handle images and video
  • E-commerce systems
  • Network systems for multi-site management
  • Manage mailing list
  • Google Sitemap
  • Editorial workflow
  • Self-help groups
  • Integration with CVS
  • Manage third-party services (Adsense, AuctionAds, Technorati, etc.).