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    I have not use drupal, But I have many blogs hosted on wordpress. I am very happy with wordpress for blogging.

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    if you have a base install you always use as a starter, with WYSIWYG, image browsers, captions etc and some base CCK types, Drupal allows you to develop sites on a progressive enhancement sort of way, no hacking just adding on.

    it takes a while to get this base install together but once done you pretty much know Drupal in and out. A little bit of programming knowledge and I think the world is the limit as its node data structure & modular design allows this.

    Wordpress on the other hand is not a development platform, it is a blog software at its heart and for more complex sites it is harder to progressively enhance like Drupal, making new features harder to implement, usually it will mean disabling plugins to enable new ones.
    App Developer, Front End Designer and Learner at>> Facebook App Development Company - Cygnis Media


 
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