Most Installed Top 10 Drupal 7 Modules

Drupal Content Management System

Drupal is one of the most, if not the most, popular content management systems (CMS) being used today. You can use Drupal to build everything from a small personal website, a medium business website, to personal blogs to enterprise applications. Additionally, there are thousands of add-on modules and designs that let you build any site you can imagine and at no additional cost.  Drupal is a collection of pre-configured themes and modules for feature-rich web sites giving you a head start on building your site. Build your own online communities, media portal, online store, and much, much more!


Most Installed top 10 Drupal 7 Modules:

Google Analytics
Chaos Tool suite (CTools)
Libraries API

Why is Drupal Content Management System (CMS) so popular?

Drupal is an “open source” software content management system. As a result, a Developer can use a Drupal application to create Customer’s own unique, interactive CMS without the Customer having to purchase or rent a proprietary (privately-owned) CMS software system from the Developer or anyone else.

The Developer can create the Customer’s own unique CMS using XHTML/W3C/CSS Web Standard Compliant Code, modular and scalable development, full administration controls, and streamlined editing abilities for a varity of web site concepts and purposes. At the same time, as the Developer builds the Customer’s web sites, options for future development can be kept in mind and discussed during the Information Architecture Blueprint phase, so that if and when the Customer’s sites needs to be updated or improved, this can be accomplished with a minimum of time and effort.

You don't have to be a web design expert in HTML to be able to add content, upload pictures or make changes on the fly to your site. Anyone in your organization that can use a word processor can be quickly trained on the easy to use Drupal content management system.

Ultimately, this will save you valuable time and money so that you won't have to depend on a webmaster or design firm to make your changes.

Drupal is a free, flexible, robust CMS that is constantly being improved by hundreds of thousands of passionate people from all over the world. In point of fact, 968,124 people in 228 countries* speaking 182 languages power Drupal.  Drupal is a free open-source software Third Party Product that is distributed under the General Public License (GPL), and allows an individual or a community of users to easily publish, manage, and organize a wide variety of content on a website.  Drupal has quickly become the recognized leader in the content management system (CMS) sector for its ease of use, flexibility, and robust capabilities.

Drupal is used by some of the biggest sites on the Web, including The Economist, and The White House. Without question, Drupal has developed tremendous momentum over the last few years and has been utilized by such brand recognizable names as the United States White House (,Yahoo, eBay, NASA, NATO, MTV, and is a favorite for many of the world’s most prestigious universities (i.e. MIT, Purdue, and University of California Berkeley). Drupal is maintained and developed by a passionate international community of users and developers.

Drupal has an excellent reputation for being a robust, flexible, user friendly, search engine optimization (SEO) friendly platform. Drupal’s goal is to help users manage website content such as web pages, blogs, photos, articles, newsletters, podcasting, forums, peer-to-peer social networking, and file uploads/downloads.

Drupal takes care of the details of how important information is arranged and personalized and lets users focus on the actual content to be displayed.

Drupal has a large community of international support, a proven track record, tight version control, an SEO friendly platform and enhanced security features, all of which guarantee continued modular development and system flexibility including future site design and development and scalability that is virtually unlimited.