Blog /Droopler

Droopler is an open source website builder designed by Droptica’s developers.

It offers a pre-built complete website, easy to customize and manage. It contains many ready-made templates and components. In this category, you’ll learn about useful Droopler features for building professional websites or creating marketing campaigns.

Commercial CMS platforms are convenient because you get them with the set of already configured functionalities and their developers regularly add the new ones. However, if there are still some features missing in this type of solution, they don’t meet your individual needs, or some other matters don’t suit you, consider switching to an open source system. In this article, you’ll find the benefits this change can bring you.

Interactive websites engage the users more. Watching videos, viewing compelling infographics, or completing the quizzes make them spend more time on your page. It increases the chances of remembering your company and contacting you. In our article, we’ll show you the elements of an interactive website and tell you what to use to create one in Drupal.

It isn’t enough for the architecture of our web page to be well-designed – the appearance is also important! Drupal comes to our aid when it comes to building websites quickly. Can we count on similar help when creating a modern look? We'll tell you a bit about the extensive library called Bootstrap, which offers a wide range of ready-made components.

Search engine optimization is a complex process consisting of many smaller and bigger activities. They are all aimed at optimizing your website so that it could be better visible for search engines, and thus more often visited by your prospects. For these purposes, the crucial practices to apply are the ones related to technical SEO. We’ll explain to you this process and its elements. We’ll also show an easier way for optimizing a Drupal website with a Droopler tool.

Modern websites have become more and more extensive. At some point, a user may feel confused due to a large amount of content. At the same time, the website itself starts to be hard to use. Then the need to create a convenient, easy to develop, and maintain navigation appears. The solution which will work great in this case is a mega menu.

Virtual business card, flyer, minisite – all these terms perfectly reflect the nature and essence of landing pages. They consist of several horizontal segments in which advertising content is presented, encouraging you to continue exploring a given topic on other dedicated and full-sized webpages. Let's check the possibilities Drupal gives us when creating these specific websites.

In terms of popularity, WordPress is second to none. It can be safely assumed that every third website works under the control of this system. It's so popular that recently it's been used for almost everything. From blogs through forums to online stores. Drupal is much less popular, but also keenly used for all kinds of websites. So what do these two CMS platforms have in common and what makes them different? When should you choose Drupal, and when to select WordPress?

Image gallery is currently one of the elements most frequently put on websites. I mean here slideshows, carousels, thumbnail galleries and banners. Galleries are particularly important and widely used in the e-commerce industry, where the visualization of the products being sold must be at the best possible level. Let's check out the possibilities Drupal offers in this regard.

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