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Creating tediously content-rich sites with Drupal is relatively straight forward. Drupal comes with many tools to help you organize, structure, and re-use your content.

Drupal runs on any computing platform backing both a web server capable of running PHP (including Apache, IIS, Lighttpd, Hiawatha, Cherokee or Nginx) and a database (such as MySQL, MongoDB, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, SQLite, or Microsoft SQL Server) to store content and settings.

Why Drupal? Because you can:

Categorize your content with taxonomy
Create menus and "featured items" to spotlight important information
Directly reference specific pieces of content on your site, including breadcrumbs, menus.
Create crafty defaults for content creators.
Highly improved content editing in Drupal
With the unusual editor functionality Draft saving made facile.
In-place editing of content without having to use the full edit form.
Modern OOP approach
The new release comes with a modern Object Oriented Programming (OOP) approach to most parts of the system. This gives developers tremendous flexibility to swap out pieces and change how Drupal behaves.