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Drupal Blog

Category Drupal

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 30 September 2016

XHTML+RDFa (Extensible Hypertext Markup Language + Resource Description Framework in attributes) is almost exclusively used by Drupal sites.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 4 July 2016

WordPress sites prefer HTML, mostly HTML5, whereas Joomla, Drupal and Magento sites stick to XHTML.

Web Technologies of the Year 2015

Posted by Matthias Gelbmann on 4 January 2016

We compiled the list of web technologies that saw the largest increase in usage in the last year.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 15 April 2015

Drupal is now used by 2% of all websites.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 25 November 2013

Market shares of content management systems amongst the top 1000 sites:

1. WordPress, 2. Drupal, 3. Blogger, 4. vBulletin, 5. MediaWiki

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 24 July 2013

Drupal is losing sites to WordPress, but gaining from all other major CMS.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 5 November 2012

Market shares of content management systems amongst the top 1000 sites:

1. WordPress, 2. vBulletin, 3. Drupal

Most popular content management systems by country

Posted by Matthias Gelbmann on 3 September 2012

W3Techs presents a world map showing which content management system is the most popular one in each country.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 22 August 2012

Drupal is the fastest growing content management system at the moment, 2.2% usage, up from 1.7% one year ago.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 14 August 2012

Changes in the usage of the Big 3 content management systems in one year:
WordPress +2.0%
Joomla +0.1%
Drupal +0.4%

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 23 April 2012

Joomla usage beats Drupal among the top 1 million websites, but Drupal easily outnumbers Joomla in the top 10.000: CMS usage breakdown by ranking

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 16 March 2012

Just in time for the DrupalCon, Drupal is now used by 2% of all websites, up from 1.5% one year ago.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 14 February 2012

Drupal is the most popular content management system in Finland.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 30 January 2012

Drupal is the most popular content management system on US government sites, e.g. The White House.

Highlights of web technology surveys, October 2011: Drupal usage has been growing to 1.7% of all websites

Posted by Matthias Gelbmann on 3 October 2011

As one of the "big 3" content management systems, Drupal enjoys a steady growth of its user base. We have a closer look at the statistics.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 26 September 2011

Drupal is losing sites to WordPress, but gaining just as many from Joomla: Drupal change report.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 2 September 2011

At the moment, Drupal is the fastest growing content management system.

Web technology fact of the day

Posted by Sam Soltano on 17 June 2011

Drupal is the most popular content management system on .edu sites. Ektron is second. CMS usage on .edu sites

Highlights of web technology surveys, May 2010: Drupal, Ubuntu, Local Counter Services

Posted by Matthias Gelbmann on 3 May 2010

This is a summary of a few remarkable and recently emerging changes in our statistics.

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