What is Drupal?
Drupal is a content management system (CMS). It is fully equipped with many features to create your own website without any programming knowledge. It is free to use and has great community support as it is an open source software. It has a very large modules and themes database, that they can be installed to configure your website's functionality and appearance.
As with all the other CMSs, Drupal can be used to build a lot of different types of applications on top of it. From simple corporate websites, eshops, forums to Rest APIs and web services.
You can learn more about Drupal from our knowledge base and from the official Drupal website.
Where can I find the official Drupal documentation?
The official Drupal documentation contains a lot of useful information for the installation process, along with examples and solutions to common problems.
It is available on the official Drupal documentation page link below:
Useful resources for Drupal
Below are some resource pages you can refer during the installation and operation of your Drupal website.
- The official Drupal website
- The official Drupal documentation.
- The official Drupal support forums.
- The official Drupal extensions page.
- IP.GR's knowledge base page.
Server specifications / requirements for Drupal websites
You can find more detailed information about the Drupal requirements in the official documentation here.
Our servers are continuously upgraded to meet all the Drupal requirements for its current and future versions. Along with the php selector which is available in our hosting packages you have considerable flexibility in the application version you will select.