27 April 2016

CMS Content Management Systems

Drupal Features Part 2

In our last blog Drupal Features Part 1 we explained some of the features of Drupal for web content management.

In today’s blog, we will discuss further features of Drupal and how why you should use it when creating your web design

Web Content Management Features

Easy Content Authoring

Drupal provides the essential tools for content creation and publishing. It uses WYSIWYG editor. ‘What you see if what you get.’ This tool gives you authentication and permission for managing editorial workflows and content. The previews show how content looks across all devices before you publish the content.

It also has a great model editing feature. This allows users to review, edit and approve content on-the-go from all smartphone devices to keep content and campaigns flowing, no matter where you are or what you are using.

Users can also track changes and revisions, beneficial for multiple editors, as it allows you to who did what, when, out of the box.

Content as a Service

Drupal’s structured data model allows you to display content in multiple layouts for the responsive web, or export it to any app or client with a built in REST services. This means front-end developers can build interactive sites and apps how they want and faster.

Drupal’s content-as-a-service feature makes it significantly easier to create content and share it across different channels as well as separating back-end content from front-end presentation, making easier to redesign or reskin and experience, without having to worry about the cotent in the CMS.

Integrated Digital Applications

Drupal integrates easily with a wide ecosystem of digital marketing technology as well as other business applications. Drupal’s API-first focus means connecting content to other sites and applications, making content more powerful.

Flexible Content Architecture

Create and display appropriate content for each context with powerful display mode tools and views. You can include various media files such as images, pdf’s, video’s and more as well as customisable menus, creating a easy, user-friendly experience.


Drupal allows you to manage many sites across your organisation, brands, geographies and campaigns on a single platform that allows quick, easy site creation and deployment.

Come back again soon for our final blog detailing the last of the features of Drupal for web content management.

In the meantime, give FDC Studio a call to find out more.

Drupal Features Part 2


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