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Clicking Through Drupal 7's Features

When looking for examples of enterprise applications where open source products have competed effectively against expensive and complex commercial products, a good place to start is content management. Open source content management systems (CMS) have become extremely popular choices for running very large, complex, and busy Web sites. Open source CMS Drupal has made its name on that basis, by managing some very popular Web sites, including many news sites and WhiteHouse.gov. However, in areas s
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While it is possible to add WYSIWYG ("what you see is what you get") functionality through extensions, Drupal 7 does not include a built-in WYSIWYG editor for creating web content.

SEE ALSO:

Review: Drupal 7 Simplifies Web Content Management

Drupal 7 Faces Challenges From ERP, CRM

Review: Joomla 1.6 Boosts Business-Friendly Features

White House Donates File Management Code To Drupal

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