Drupal Version 7,8,9 For Linux Hosts

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Drupal Version 7,8,9 for Linux hosts, with Drupal 9 just around the corner and Drupal 7 gets 1,5 years extended support after Drupal 9s release.

Drupal CMS is a very popular and established content management system that suits large sites with a lot of content. It has become more secure with recent releases. Sites running Drupal being infected with Malware has dropped from 2% to 1,6%.

Drupal Version 7,8,9 for Linux hosts.

Originally written by Dries Buytaert as a "Messageboard", Drupal became an open source project in 2001 and has today become one of the largest and most secure content management systems (CMS) in the world.

As of January 2017, Drupal is being used by more than 1 180 000 sites and available in 100 languages, with English as standard. Support for right-to-left languages such as Arabic, Persian and Hebrew are included.

The hardest of the CMS, but also the most secure and powerful.

It requires a deeper understanding of HTML, CSS and PHP and MariaDB, making the learning curve much higher than, for example, WordPress ™, but the same applies to security.

The latest version is Drupal 8, but the predecessor Drupal 7 is still much more popular and many people including me have tried the 8 version, but didn't like it.

How to install:

Untar the most recent file and use Filezilla or other FTP application and upload the content to your public_hml folder.

Or:

Use cPanel's Filemanager and upload the entire tar file and extract the content into public_html folder.

Then find the install.php file, but notice that the file is located at a different location for version 7 and 8:

Drupal 7: /install.php

Drupal 8: core/install.php

Registered organizations here.

NOTE: Always delete or rename the install.php file to something else after your installation is complete.

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