I’m interested in knowing if and where WordPress falls short of Drupal?
Meaning .. I currently use WordPress. But I see many blogs and comments on the web that say WordPress is for small sites, like blogs, while Drupal is for larger sites and intended for sites that require more robust features.
So my question is .. is that an accurate statement? So, if I have a client that is large, such as a University, would they be better served by using Drupal to build and manage their website or would they be better of with WordPress?
I’m interested in knowing, from someone who currently uses both, what the specific and accurate differences are between the two systems.
If someone can provide a good deal of “current” comparative information between the two .. and why WordPress keeps being recommended for smaller websites, and why Drupal is recommended (from all of the places I’ve seen online) to be used for larger and more robust websites, .. that would be awesome.
I’m just curious if I need to use WordPress for some clients and Drupal for others, and when and why? Or .. can I just use WordPress for ALL clients, and is WordPress just as robust as Drupal?
What’s the info on this?
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